The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Surrender Study Under Fire

Turkey Denounces Russian
Sabre-rattling, Backs Ike

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Aug. 15 (UP) Turkey today de denounced
nounced denounced Russia's threats of war and gave its full support to
President Eisenhower's plan for peace in the Middle East.
Turkish foreign minister Fatim Rustu Zorlu told the United
Nations General Assembly that "threats hurled continuously by
the Soviet Union are in contradiction with their offers ... to
establish friendly relations which we consider highly desirable."
The Kremlin's policy, changing "unilaterally from day to
day," is a major reason why Turkey joined the Baghdad Pact
for defensive reasons, Zorlu said.

He referred to Soviet foreign asking secretary general Da?

minister Andrei Gromyko cha- Hammarskjold to put JMSentww

MYSTERY SICKNESS which felled half the crew of a U. S.
Coastguard cutter Kimball off the coast of Honduras resulted
in fourof the men to be flown to the Canal Zone for a medical
check up. According "to Navy release the 23 crewmen were
stritken with "heat exhaustion." This picture shows two of the
men on their arrival yesterday by C-47. They were taken to
Rodman-dispensary but will be discharged today. The four
men are WO Machinist G. B. Nieleon, of Ketchikan, Alaska;
Radarman 2A class James B. Gore otoleander Street Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, N. S.; sSwames S. Newns of N. PhllipJSt, Philadelphia,

Pa; and Quartermaster 3rd ciass .tames o. xur,ner oi oiwj ow
f 'I LJT

Hurricane Cleo Thrashes Atlantic,

Aims At Windward, Leeward Islands
MIAMI, Aog. 15 (UPD Hurricane Cleo, a giant killer storm
with winds up to 145 mph, thrashed in the Atlantic some "00
miles east of Martinique todav while her weak baby sister, tropical
storm Becky, lost her punch about 350 miles east of Fort
DiAroo Fla.

The San Juan weather bureau ordered a "hurricane watch"
for the Windward and Leeward Islands as Cleo, the first full fullblown
blown fullblown hurricane of the season, bore down.
Residents In the outer islands of the Caribbean were warned
to be ready to batten down in case Cleo maintains its present

course

racterization of the Baghdad Pact

as "the last pillar of foreign im imperialism"
perialism" imperialism" and added:
"It is difficult to see how such
a statement can be considered
compatible with the desire fjr
friendship expressed by the dis
tinguished foreign minister of tho
Soviet Union."
Zorlu' pie was mad ageint
a background of (tapped up So
viat propaganda hinting tint
Russia might taka action W A.
n merican and British troops we-e

not withdrawn from tha Miadla
East. Tha sabre-rattling stste.
mnt was made in Pravda, tha
official Communist Party organ.
The Western nations, meanwhile,
were pinninp their hopes for a
solution to the Middle East cri crisis
sis crisis on a Norwegian resolution,

THE PULSE
Of PANAMA

PRESIDENT Arnul-

fo Arias is quoted as saying in
a letter that he will return to
Panama from Buenos .Aires Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, as soon as his friends
need him. ..
in observance of the Pana
menista leader's birthday to todav
dav todav a communique issued by
his followers said he will re re-SHL
SHL re-SHL 7vrn heckoned by his

toric circumstances and there area near thfi center

will be no odsiscw hik
to impede the dawn of a new
era of Light, Fraternity, Peace
and Abundance, which can only
be attained with the Paname Paname-nista
nista Paname-nista Party in power.
A radio program, featuring
,.oWn ortlRtS Will

VP JS2t taS taht at 9- over! 200 miles in the northern semicir

u,
Red Panamencana in
ance of Arias' birthday.

At 5 a.m. the Weather Bureau
esumaleu the giant storm was
cemered near laiuude 15. u aorui
ana longitude Sl.O west, or aoout
nines easi-soutoiea!l ot Mia Miami.
mi. Miami.
Cleo appeared to be moving in
a west northwest direction at a a-doul
doul a-doul la mpn. I"0recasiers said it
woulu probably keep on that
course and speed tor the next 12
hours.
Unlike her tropical storm sis sisters.
ters. sisters. Alma and Becky, Cleo is a
poweumi, well denieu nurncane.
Her highest winds are estimat

ed to be 145 mph over a small

Former Resident
Of Gafun Dies
In Minnesota

Nws of tV. death of Mr. Else

'fSika feTfner resident C C-tun,
tun, C-tun, hfs' just been received by
friends on the Isthmus. Mrs. Krus Krus-back
back Krus-back died Aug. 6 in Farmington,
Minn, after a brief illness. She
was 54 years old.
A native of Medford, Ore., she
came to the Isthmus in 1940 when
her husband, Erjiest, joined the
force of Gatun Locks as a ma

chinist. During the early part of
the war years, she worked brief briefly
ly briefly in the Accounting Division of
the Canal organization. She was
an active worker in the Gatun U U-nion
nion U-nion Church.
The Krusbacks le't the Canal
Zone in 1951 and have been living
near Farmington.
I In addition to her husband, she
is survived by a daughter.

er's plan into action.

CFN To Broadcast
UN Highlights
The Carribean Forces Network
will broadcast highlihts of the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations General Assembly
meeting tonight and tomorrow ai
11:15 o'clock. These 45 minute

round.ups will cover mejor events
of the Assembly session which

began on Wednesday, including

President Eisenhower's address.

33 Positions Open
With Panama Canal

Thirtythree positions, In addi addition
tion addition to an indeterminate number
of jobs open for teachers in the
Division of School, are currently
available with the Canal organi.
zation, according to the weekly
transfer-vacancy bullentin issued
by the Personnel Bureau.
The teaching positions are o

pen on both sides of the Isthmus

and are for regular full t i m e

teachers.

Vacancies exist for the follow

ing types of work: tool crib at attendant,
tendant, attendant, automotive machinist,

wood and steel carman, clerical

clerk-stenographer, clinical social

worker, construction inspector

postal window clerk, locomotive
road engineer, file clerk, buildings

and equipment foreman, Locks se
curity patrolman, general enni

neer, head dietitian, head nurse,
library assistant, refrigeration and

air conditioning mechanic, medi

cai radiology technician, occi'r

CNEA Radio-Telephoto)
HAWAII TO ENGLAND, VIA NORTH POLE As the crowd
cheers, the nuclear-powered submarine USS Nautilus ties up
in Portland, England, at the end of its fantastic voyage from
Hawaii, by way of the North Pole. As the vessel came into
view, every ship in the channel harbor screamed a welcome
with sirens, horns and whistles. Thousands of persons cheered
their welcome on shore.

Rickover Plan To Pass Up, Launching

ays Ste wtfe

Of Subs;

Congressmen Join
Ike In Assailing
Pentagon Project
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 (UPI) Chairman Richard
B. Russell (D-Ga.) of the Senate Armed Services called on
Congress .today to crack down on any Defense Department
studies dealing with a possible U .S. surrender in any
atomic war.
Russell spoke out in the midst of a furor that raged
from the White House to Congress after it was disclosed
that some kind of "surrender study" or studies had
been prepared at the Pentagon's request
Russell, who said any such report would be a blow to
American morale, offered an amendment to an appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill to cut off funds for any study on "when and how
the government of the United States should surrender this

country to its enemies.

Senate Democratic Leader able that the United States ever
Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) said would consider surrendering,
he hoped the Senate would ap- especially in advance,
prove Russell's amendment u- Most took the position that
nannimously. the study was out of place be-

The White House said Presl- cause its very existence in indent
dent indent Eisenhower considered the plied such a possibility
study "ridiculous' if it actually Several studies appeared to
did consider the conditions un- have been, prepared dealing
Jit .wlwh. this country mightJwith conditions under whir

8 President demand-1 various nations hare aurrenrier:

,te report on the ed in 'past wan aa the cir-

'ancee under which nch

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Rear 'be asked lo preside at the launch.
Adm. Hyman G. Rickover said ine of one of the atomic vessels

today he would pass up
launchings of two new atomic sub sub-mrines.
mrines. sub-mrines. His wife was reported
angry because the Navy had not
asked her to christen one of the
vessels.

But Rickover, who

he pioneered. "If it would only he

natural, you can figure that out
as well as I can," the admiral
replied.
Rickover's troubles with h i s su

periors brewed a storm on Capitol
pioneered : Hill When some congressmen

charged he was snubbed last week

The
Judge's Bench

nuclear undersea craft, said mere

ly that "I am too busy" to attend I when he was not invited to Whitp

tional therapist, lock operator, phv- launching of the Sea Dragon at i House ceremonies celebrating the

sical therapist, recreational lead j Portsmouth, N.H., Saturday andjNorth Pole voyage of the atomic
er, typewriter repairman, siaffithe Triton at Groton, Conn., on submarine Nautilus.
nurse, storeman. time, leave, ar:!1 Tuesday. The Navy apologized last TiiPlav

ror omitting him from the guct
Friction between Rickover a n d I list. The apology followed a White
his Navy superiors threw off new j House statement that there was
sparks when his wife was quoted 1 not enough room ofr Rickover at
in an interview as being mi.ffed i the ceremony,
because the Navy snubbed her in But this apparently did not sat sat-picking
picking sat-picking another officer's wife lo 1 isfy Rickover's friends in Con Con-christen
christen Con-christen the Triton. Rickove. is gress. Twenty one senators on
known as the "father of atomic" Wednesday introduced a bill urg urg-submarines."
submarines." urg-submarines." ing that he he given a special

iuc avtiiuiai I".,, Hi"""" 1 siu iiieuai ior 111 s aiomic sunma.

payroll clerk, and wireman.

Prize Money For
Race At Cristobal
Used To Pay Fines
Seventy dollars was the pr'ze

I money set for a race between
Two young girls were arrested 1 two American youths driving a
at a bachelor quarters at CumpiBuick sedan and a motor cycle
Bierd and were fined $10 each by at Cristobal today.
Judge Loren B. Hillsinger at Cris-I But thi urlze money went in-

tobal Magistrate's Court today tor to the cotters or ine 'jr.siouai

S Magistrates court alter tne 01-

fttulfy tewif v tc

Eisenhower' attention Sy Sen.
Wm Bridges (R-N.H.) at a
White House legislative confer conference
ence conference Tjfsday.
One GOP lawmaker who
was present described the
President as "horrified" and
"madder than I have seen
him in all his years in the
White House."
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said the Pres President
ident President was more curious than
angry.
Rut hp sairi thp Prpsiripnt.

never would have sanctioned w.njcn tn's
any such study if he had 1 victorious.

known about it.
Members of Congress of both
parties agreed it was unthink-

atomic-missile age.
' "S XT?.- Jll'TTr
wwrmmm m privat
non-profit making research or organization,
ganization, organization, said it had prepar prepared
ed prepared a study for the Pentagon
which resulted in a book titled
'Strategic Surrender," by Paul
Keckskemeti. It said the study
was started in 1951.
But Rand said this study did
not deal with the question of
a U.S. surrender, but rather
with the problem of negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating with an enemv in a mar.

1 1 ... r 1

country would be

Trujillo Jr. Speeds
Through PanCanal
On His Way Home

trespassing.

They were Teresa Green
Eunice Veronica Stewart,
18.

and
both

u t J Roy Ernest Edward Ellis, 21,
Hurricane .orce winds of 75 mph; panamanian received a total of

ui niuie exienu 13 mues 10 me

asked about the reports that you
can't control your wife."
Mrs. Rickover was quoted as
saying that the "Navy brass was
out to hurt my husband for his
independent and free spirit.
Rickover frequently has clashed

lie 1 mr Ul I ... ui. ,,no,.;,-c ,nH nlloaoiios

Hc-al timekeeper, a Canal Zone "-' V L mnt h.

velopment of atomic submarines.

norlu 01 tne center
to the south.

and 50 miles

nuliceman told Judge Loren B.

Hillsinger that the speed re recorded
corded recorded was 75 mph on the
speed-restricted Randolph Road.
The driver of the Buick was

17-year-old Owen Hawthorne,

Gale force winds extend outward

observ-'cle and 00 miles in the southern

semicircle.

who, however, turned out to be the selection of someone to chris

First Vice President Temis Temis-tocles
tocles Temis-tocles Diai, who bolted the
National Patriotic Coalition
(CPN) last year, said today
hi, return to the party was
verv unlikely.
Diaz was interviewed by the
tabloid La Hora on a repjort
that his return to the CPN as
possible in the light of efforts
being mttde by some of its top
leaders to reorganize the party.
Sonie ,95 persons are said
to have spent last night in
New Cristobal buildings which
have been turned over by the
li.S. government to Panama
in compliance with the 1955

20 days jail at Cristobal Maps
trate's Court today. He was giv.
en 10 days and ."ined $10 for ires
oassine in the Rainbow City com

mission. Since he was already on 22-year-old Joseph Arthur

probation, the probation was re well.
voked and he received a further They were fined $35 each for
10 days. I exceeding the speed limit.

His wife was reported to have as

sailed "stupid windbags in the
higher navy echelons. She claimed
she was deliberately bypassed in

ho relation to his famous rac racing
ing racing driver namesake Mike, and

Vo-

ten the Triton

Rickover acknowledged that his
wife never had been asked to
christen a Navy vessel.

Newsmen asked whether it one stick
would be "only natural" that she wiring it.

nne work. 4c r.en Pafapl Truiillo. Jr

The controversy also c e n t e r s j son of the Dominican dictator, j
around the fact that Rickover ; sped through the Panama Ca Ca-must
must Ca-must retire from the Navy nextjnal last night on his way hmoe,;
to vice admiral. He has been pas-! the- Dominican government de de-srd
srd de-srd over twice by Navy promo-icreed that he be received with
tion boards. the honors due to a President
'on nis return.
BLOWN TO BITS Trujillo. Jr. is travelling home
BRASSAC LES-MINES, France'on the Dominican Naval frigate
(UPI) Building contractor Jeai Pre.sicente Trujillo. The frigate
Chomette, 47, blew himself to bits'bean transit on the Pacific
yesterday when he attempted to side at 3:30 p.m. yesterday and
go fishing in the Auzon River with put stralgh out to sea again at
dynamite. He intended to explode Cristobal.
the dynamite under the water, KRid a US. Navy snnkesmanj
thus bringing all the shell shocked "We normals mertain the of offish
fish offish to the sur.ace where he could ticer.s and crew of for'tgii naval
sween them un in a net. However. : vessels if t'nev StOO In the Ca-

Senate GOP Leader William
F. Knowland (Calif.) said in the
Senate that the Rand study
also dealt with the wisdom of
unconditional surrender terms
imposed on this country's ene enemies
mies enemies at the close of World War
II. He noted this policy was
cgontroversial at the time
Russell said he offered' his
amendment barring funds for
such studies to reassure the

pudhc mat Congress had
part in the project.

Bridges backed Russell's
proposal and also called for
firing the Defense Depart Department
ment Department official responsible for
the study.

no

'All We Can Do Is Pray' Says Sorrowing Relative Of KLM Passenger

NEW YORK (UPI) -The mid.
die aged couple from Michigan
stood bewildered in the KLM
waiting room. The woman blinked
back tears and her husband was
helpless to comfort her.
They were Mr. and Mrs. Peter
R. Miller of Plymouth, Mich. They
drove out to the shiny new Inter International
national International Airport building yester yesterday
day yesterday morning for a family reunion
with their son, Keith, 28, and their
daughter-in-law Phyllis, 23, due
back from three weeks in Europe
The Millers, like a dozen other

relatives in the room, had just

ireaiy. ... 1 .,mH that KT.M Flioht R07 from

Thirty of the occupants, wnoi" --
.-i .til k. hiutt aioinct Amsterdam was presumed down

the high rents being charged1"1 the Atlantic,
by Colon landlords, are report-; mm.
edlv Students of the Abel Bra-1 "All we can 1 do is pray, Mrs.
vo hlh schools. Miller said. "They tell us tt.o
The move is also said to be P1!"" have survival equipment.

intrrtlkri tn fnrcp th Urban Mrs. Miller said her son, a

been stationed with the Army in
Europe.
Also waiting was Clyde Kreider,
a dairy farmer from Quarryville,

Pa. He had come to meet his wife,
Katherine, 49. The Kreiders are
members of the Church of the
Brethren sect in Pennsylvania and
it was their son, Ken, 24, who had
arranged for some 60 members of
the sect to take a summer trip to
Europe.

His mother went with Ken, but
Kreider stayed behind. The son
still is in Europe.
Mrs. Jacoba Van Van Haaster
of Goshen, N. Y., came to the air
port early to meet her nephew,
Nicholas, 23. The boy had come to
the United States as a teen ager
and just went back to marry his
sweetheart, Ccilia, 20.
The newlyweds wanted to return
by ship, but Cecilia's visa expires

went off while he was'nal tut the Frrtdente Trujillo

.denied to be .n a hurry
Young Tri'.''"o was denied a
cipicn'ii by the US Arm-'s
Command and General sir.ff
College this ear. While le
should have been attendio,' col

lege, he fraternized witn the
had to take a visa to visit us." Sami said. "They j Hollywood .-ft and achieved
Diane. Mrs. Van! wanted to see their grandchildren, notoriety for bir expensive gifts

2. and Susan Kae, a to neaumui ana iamous muvi

Sept. 1, so they
Diane the KLM

Haaster did not wait. i Samuel,

"I will learn the news by radio months.'

at home," she said.
David Sami, 35, the Bronx, was
the first of (he relatives to arrive
at the airport yesterday morning.
He was to meet his wife's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Menachim Rahamin
of Tel Aviv, Isarcl
"They waited four years to get a

Search For Super-Constellation Survivors Abandoned

and Housing- Institute to turn
over other New Cristobal prop property
erty property received from the U.S. gov government
ernment government to the city of Colon
for construction fo low cost
housing.

sports writer on the Freeport,
Ohio, Journal Standard, and his
wi e of less than a year had vis visited
ited visited Rome, Berlin and Bad Nau Nau-heim
heim Nau-heim on a tour in which Keith was
showing Phyllis places he had

SHANNON, Ireland, Aug. 15
(UPD A K.L.M. spokesman an.
nounced at 2.30 p.m. today that

the search for bodies and possible
survivors of the ill-fated KLM air airliner
liner airliner had been called off.
Tha Supr Conttllation craih craih-ed
ed craih-ed yattarday with 99 pcrtoni a a-beard,
beard, a-beard, and tha ipekeiman aaid
it was new eomldered they wara
all leaf.
The spokesman said that all the

ships which had searched the
j white-capped Atlantic for the last

48 hours had been told
ceed to their destination.

tn

3 1 to beautiful

stars.
He is a s-n of the man who

At 11 a.m., a KLM spokesman ; has been the dominant ligure.
stepped forward and said that ; in Dominican politics for a
with no word from the plane bvquarter of a century, and a

that hour the Constellation must nepliew OI Hector M. ."u .141.)

37

Fishing boats had plucked

bodies from the sea by noon.
A British search pilot returning
from the crash scene said he saw
no sign of survivors.
Tha causa of tha craih remain remained
ed remained a mystery. The plana had re reported
ported reported no trouble, and when last

heard from wai cruiilng at 14, 14,-800
800 14,-800 fee

pro-1 Investigators theorized that it

might have been crippled Dy a
lightning bolt there were thun.
derstorms in the area about the
time of the crash or an internal
explosion.
So far as is known, no evidence

supporting either theory has been
uncovered.
KLM officials discounted the
possibility of sabotage.

be presumed down at sea.
Sami broke into sobs and was
taken to an anteroom.
As the day wore on, the rela relatives
tives relatives waited forlornly in the
lounge, several of them were ac.

1 j u.. 11 -u:l.l -.o. linn

compameu ny smaii immuicii w,l":eive youne r u

played and scramDiea over tne j

couches.

Congress To Crack
Down On Makers
Of 'Home Brew'
WASHINGTON (UPI) Con Con-gress
gress Con-gress is going to ease taxes on
the whisky industry so that fan.
ciers will be able to buy it 10,
12 or eventually 20 years old.
But it's cracking down on the
old folks who like to produce
their ows "home brew," home,
made beer.
A new bill headed for sure con congressional
gressional congressional approval would permit
distillers to keep aging whisky
under bond for as long as 20
years without paying the present
$10 50 a-gallon tax when it be be-comes
comes be-comes eight years old. Up to
now, the tax has made it prohi prohi-bitively
bitively prohi-bitively expensive to produce such

lector B. Tru.'iyD, ancient potables.

who is now president. However, the lawmakers aren't

Dominican ( -eaate.s to the taking such good care of those
U.N. boycotted President Eisen-jwho would settle for simple
hewer's appearance the.e Wee-, "home brew." Senate-House oin oin-nesday
nesday oin-nesday in token of thrr gov-1 ferees knocked out a provision cf
ernment's resentment at tne, the hill which would have allowed

U.S. staff (olT'ges ref is.V, 10 (he head of a household i.i make

illo a diploma.

A well dressed couple with a
new airline overnight bag came
into the lobby preparatory to fly flying
ing flying to Europe. The woman glanced
curiously at the crowd o' relatives,
newsmen and TV cameras.
"What's going on?" she mkciI.
"A plane is down in the Atlantic
with 09 aboard," she was told.
"Oh, my," the woman said
She and her husband walked on
talking hastily.

Boy Meets Fish
Frank Sharp, a six-year-old
grandson of internat i 0 n a I
fisher man Frank Vlolette,
yesterday landed a 100-pound
sallflah In SS minutes while
aboard the Serl in Panama
Bav.
The boy's father, Rny, also
caught two nmrlln yesterdav
One welched 160 pounds, the
other 295.

up to 200 gallons a year of "home
brew" without running afoul of
revenuers who collect nine dollar!
a harrel of beer.
The provision had been addetf
I by the Senate as an amendment
introduced by Sen. Paul H,
(Douglas (D.lll).
But when the bill was tpproved
by the conferees, it carried In-
1 stead a House voted provision
making It clear that any person!
who hrews beer qualifies as
brewer for tax purposes and mutt
I pay the nine-dollar tax.



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one someone spoke up ioi tnese animals, ihere is one particular horse, a oig
chestnut with a white face, tied by a 6 ft. rope to a staKe q"' '.lose
to t'w highway, but no shade or water are provided for it. One can
easilv count every rib and bone in .is body, it lias apparently been
tied 'there for many days and has ea.en everything possible in the
small ;rea it can reach, leaving the ground completely bare. When
1 first saw it 1 presumed it was a sick annua,, and tor that reason it
had been separated from the others. This is not the case. A closer
look at some of the others, a little further away, revealed they too,
were not in good shape.

Paris Fashion Note: Sack Is to Be Sacked

PANAMA CANAL POLICIES
Blr:
Anyone who can make out what my countryman "IOC l P P-'
' P-' cent Unionist" (Mall Box, Aug. 13 etc.) is trying to say should
:C it a cmch to translate one of Casey Stengers monologues.
"100 Percent Unionist" claims I say this and that put .when
' I look up my clippings I find his quotations are different from
Ihat I wrote It is hard for me to understand how he d his
union leaders translate "equal pay for equal work. I can only
mims that thev feel equality means that if a US Rater is en
Ed o ver $y500 monthly.Ven equality for namanians do do-'
' do-' insr the same work is $150 or less monthly. Meanwhile $5W-a-'
month Gringos whose job is reclassified to the local-rate scale
will be frozen at their present salary, while Panamanians in the
same semi-skilled category will get less than $100 monthly.
in my view, all Gringos and Panamanians in skilled jobs
sucn mechanics, teachers, electricians, plumbers and so forth
Ire entitled to the same pay for jobs in the sa me class ca Uon
with the Americans getting their 25 percent differential plus
their travelling expenses. Same in the semi-skilled jobs and if
a Gringo wants to accept a job as a common laborer, the same
, th6rie 5onot think I have to go into what "100 Percent Unionist"
! claims his union did in connection with the h,U"P
1 N Malcolm (Mail Box, Aug. 11) took care of that. I can sup sup-;
; sup-; SrtMatota with proof that neither Local m ) nor any -at Us
' Stateside affiliations did anything for the Local Raters, not
even in connection with the $45 disability relief.
I'm sure "Gringo" (Mail Box, Aug. Ill was wrong in claim claiming
ing claiming that we Panamanians condemn everything American I do
condemn the Panama Canal Company's own, Pan l,yp
democracy, which holds that all Americans must be paid more
than the citizens of any other country, regardless of the rela relative
tive relative skills of the employes concerned. Istl.m.., do
Skilled American tradesmen down here on the Isthmus do
not go along wth the canal's democracy any more than I do.
?ever,i veais u"0 now a US-rate mechanic, who was a South South-neTWyrnandeaarightou.
neTWyrnandeaarightou. South-neTWyrnandeaarightou. loud to know why his helper, a bet better
ter better mechanic than the Southerner, should be getting only $45
monthly while the American was getting $125 Needless to say
the US-rater was quickly hustled off the Isthmus.
It is only the semi-skilled Gringos, who could "ever earn
as much in their homeland as they do down here, who resent
seeing anyone but Americans living decently

Considering now irequenuy wit VuZi
at anyone who criticizes the policies and Performance c he;
Panama Canal Company, I say as well point out that ajcord-

inK to the US-eaaea wona iuium, r:i;lf;
liament last year raised minimum old age pension benefits to
$75 mon S. yet here on the Isthmus poor aged West Indians
many of them blind, are given as little as $15 a month by the
."Wealthiest government in the PfldJ ti L.
It is lucky for the United States' reputation, here trftt we
can see something of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt quality of
democracy in the policies of the military agencies, and in US
businesses operating in Panama. I know there are many Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal US Raters equally democratic at heart, but they are
tied by the company's policies.
I read the other day that the Army exchanges placed the
Ban Bias Indians on hospital and retirement benefits without
the Indians having to organize a union, or seek any government
help The retirement age in all the military agencies is 62 for
Americans, Panamanians and aliens outside the US.
The Panama Canal Company takes in more each year than
the entire budget of the Panamanian government, then pays
Panama less than $2 million dollars rent for the Canal Zone,
and takes a fat slice of this back for providing Panama with
its own water The company's policy contrasts with the mili military's
tary's military's in that, while Americans can retire at 62 all right, Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians are not retired till 70. What protest has Local 900
made about this? ....
I don't see much use for Local 907, because the. military
brass enforces equal pay for equal work without any coaching
from American white-collar workers. And come to think of ti,
the military forces don't owe Panama a darn thing. Most GIs
would rather empty the Canal out to sea, so they didn't have
to come down here and guard it any more. Yet they are the
ones who show Panamanians the true color of American democ democracy.
racy. democracy. When a Panama Canal Company Gringo retires at 62 he
has at least 13 years of useful life remaining to him. A Local
Rater is mighty lucky even to reach 70, and when he retires at
that age he is so wracked with pains, aches, and all the hospital
bills he has to pay that he'd be happier dead. How many blind,
crippled, old-before-their-time Gringos do you see in Panama?
Ginger Know All

til A Unlet, NKL

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

THAT CALYPSO AGAIN
Sir:
JJ bamuel H. Whyte started the fight for local rate retirement
' And in 1W37 lie was aoie to get, a Disability Casn Kenei.
" Whyte smuggled like a non but, was stopped at, tms point
" Then came ixcal 7j3 ana turned over a new leaf.
;; 713 continued to fight for Civil Service Retirement.
i But was unaole to score such a betterment.
Local uo then took over tne battle and continued
'J Against all the forces, locally and Statesiue, but was not subdued.
' Edward A. Gaskin as Local 900's president
Told the Canal Zone local-rate story wherever he went.
From La Boca to Washington, New York and San Francisco,
Gaskin never failed to explain the Canal Zone's fiasco.
i He went all the way to the White House,
' While most Local Raters have only been to a court house.
', Gaskin was the first Panamanian to testify in Congress,
' On houses, drains, trays, retirement, wages and the whole
big mess.
I Peter Beasely followed up on Gaskln's requests
And changed Canal Zone policies up to the Governor's office.
But now we hear of Henry, Fawcett, Joseph and Cragwell's
behest.
As though they had played the whole role In bulldlne our
new edifice.
Dick Shoemaker, James Carroll and Gerald Fitzgerald

" Along with Milton Murray. A. J. Federoff and John L. Yancey.

The AFL and the CIO, etc.. etc., finally won better relief

lor tne old,
To help them on to meet their economic emergency.
' .That was In 1054. but on went the fight
Until now we have got our Civil Service Retirement.
Thanks to Locals 900, 907, Brother Potter and our government,
And these facts ars written in Congressional records to
prove my point.

Before another congressional committee In Balboa and
Washington.
Locals 900, 907, CLU-MTC and our international union.
The fight for the dollar minimum was waged and won,
And let anyone try to disprove all this if he or she can.

THE EMPIRE THE SUN NEV NEVER
ER NEVER ETS ON (Well, hardly ev ever):
er): ever): Prince r'hiup uucneu awjy
for a "bachelor' weekend at
Cowles with, one guess, his fo fo-mer
mer fo-mer equeiry, Mike Partcer, anu a
bunch o, friends. .What's tlie
bookkeeping deal on the propos proposed
ed proposed visit ol the ltoyal pair on the
Royal yacht liriiannia to the
Great Lakes and Chicago, to upe.i
the new Si. Lawrence seaway?
Cost of the cruise will come to a
couple of million and the British
tax-payers are squawking. .Ex .Explosive
plosive .Explosive report of a parliamentary
eommiee being bottled because,
if issued, will blow the top off a
racial scandal in the Empire that
makes Littie Rock look like the
Garden of Eden. Seems that Ne Negro
gro Negro and East Indian population
groups in Red-controlled British
Guiana and in Trinidad are car carrying
rying carrying on intolerance campaigns a
gainst each other of such virul virulence
ence virulence that blood-shed andriots can

not be averted.

and can get things done that are
impossible for others. I only wish
there were more like him or that
he had a bigger job.

This I can do asleep: Actor Tab
Hunter is now taking acting les lessons.
sons. lessons. .(Why doesn't Brando fake
un-acting lessons). .Philadel .Philadel-phians
phians .Philadel-phians are hoping lor another roy royal
al royal jackpot (or Kathy Carlyle,
(she's Hollywood via Philadel Philadelphia)
phia) Philadelphia) is awful close to the oliah
of Iran's sister. .Funny Henny
Youngman who is always so fun funny
ny funny (and why isn't he working)
had a ready retort when a friend
remarked that some of his furni furniture
ture furniture went hack to Louis the Fif Fifteenth.
teenth. Fifteenth. "That's nothing," said Hen Henny.
ny. Henny. "Some of my furniture goes
back to Sears the 16th.". . .Sign
on the wall o' the N.Y. Jazz Fes Festival:
tival: Festival: "Work hard. The job you
save may be your own."

CAl. OUAI, WUQ mrdftUlCh

in at aa-25-37, according to the
press agent and how does ha
know?), had a bit part in "That

Kind or Woman" but busty Sophia

Loren had her busted. Too much

competish in that kind of depart
kent. .Susi was the gal who pus

ed the body part ior the huge

DiocK-iong picture of Carroll (15

by Doll)Baker The ladies' wear

tycoons drool over her from 12 in
2, she models in the a.m. and

does TV bits in the p.m. She is
the 1958 Heart Queen and proba

Diy nas more queen titles t;:an
any one in the country. Except
in Greenwich Village.)

The Washington Merry Go Round

By DREW PEARSON

i i o -"
WASHINGTON. How a single' try men in the world. Naturally i

member of Congress can thwan Menguc wanted modern rifles

tne majority will of tne benaic ior tnem.
and House, plus a prominent mem-1
ber of the Supreme Cort, is de- Twining promised to do his
monstrated in the current hodup best, but found that unfortunate unfortunate-of
of unfortunate-of a bill to create a national pa'k ly the United States does not hav

on the Potomac River in near by enough Garand rifles on hand to

Maryland. supply Turkey before 1959. By List
For more than a year this bill, I time we could supply 40,000. Tho

aireaay passea Dy uie senate, nas run ou,uuu wouia not be tvailabe

been blocked by one lady Rep.

Gracie Pfost of Idaho, Democrat,

in Hie House Interior committee

Mrs. Pfost is a beautiful an

until 1960.

The Eisenhower Arimi nictr.i.

tion has flow awaken 1 to the im-

charming lady who is passion-fportance of Turkey's vital role

Newsy Notes trom Nutville

Lindsay Crosby and show gai
June Blair are talking January
wedding and Gary Crosby's latest
is Arline Chapman, a Las Vegas
Sands chorine, and if der Bingle's
kids go on he'll be able to open
his own cafe and keep the chorus
line strictly in the family. .vVisi

the press agents would learn n?l
the chief exec of Puerto Rico is

called "Governor" and not "Pies "Pies-ident"
ident" "Pies-ident" and that new chief exec of
Lebanon is a "President" and not

a "King.". .Hepsters using disc
iock William iB. Williams' Hcllo

World" greeting. Producers won

dering how they overlooked Judy
Lynn all these years after her
smasheroo on the Paar show .
Jane Wyman is the favorite wom woman
an woman of Gale Smith. (He's smj't.)
. .In order to avoid censor trou trouble
ble trouble over upcoming "Wind Across
the Everglades," the gals wh,i
work in that house are referred
to by the madame in charge as
her nieces. . If Hedy Lamarr
goes through with her plans to
write an unabridged autobiogra autobiography
phy autobiography there'll be a lot of red faces
in Hollywood.

The Mortimer the Merrrier: Bob
(The Fiend Walks West) Evans
maintains press agents whose job
it is to tie him up with lovelies
for the purposes of publicity and
he is not alone of those who do
this. One of the babes being
mentioned with him (nd I'm
not even sure if she knows hitn

is Susi Petersen, a hostess at Ko Ko-soff's
soff's Ko-soff's Restaurant where many of
the garmenteers (of which Evans
was one before becoming a gla-

Much Ado About a Lot: This is
good news indeed, I mean the pos-
sihilitv that Krlrlip Dxvi tnv

revive the fabulous days of Leon

ana name's with a midtown Both Both-am
am Both-am eatery. .The new publishing
firm of McDowell and Obolensky
celebratings its first anniversary
with a Pulitzer prize under its
belt and annthor mr firo hid

Seller coming up. The autobiog of

puDiisner ivan UDOiensKy s distin distinguished
guished distinguished dad, Col. Serge. .Mon .Money
ey .Money must talk. It's the only time
some gals listen.

CHARGED WITH DRUG WAR
MANILA (UPI) Communist
China was accused Wednesday of
waging a "drug war" in the Far
East in an effort to weaken the
resistance of the people's will to
Communist propaganda. Philip Philippine
pine Philippine commerce undersecretary
Perfecto Laguio told the house
committee on anti-Filipino activi
ties that "there is evidence'' to
prove that Chinese Communists
are dumping habit forming nar narcotics
cotics narcotics in the Far East. Laguio was
testifying against proposals to es establish
tablish establish trade relations between
the Philippines and China.

It's How the Lettuce Leaves:
Hear anything about cops findin i

one of Serge Rubinstein's watch

es in an 8th Ave. hock shop. .
Wonder if they changed the name
of the show to 21 Skiddo after my
Robert T. Leicester "scoop?". .
Was that Ralph Meeker and Ce

leste Holm at Downey's actors'

hangout?. .1 wonder if thev
read us at that? Every column

in the country mentions actcr

rorrest Tucker and his romances,
now comes an item "watch out
for fireworks when Forrest Tuck

et s wife finds out."..Msn't Sam

my Fain, the songwriter, getting

inspiration at Hollywood's V 1 1 1 a
Capri from Paula Hill?
Wisdom ef Whit Way Wrench

Gals who squawk when guys get
bolder
Should never wear necklines so

off the shoulder.

ately devoted to dams in her sec

tion of the country. She is so pa

ssionate about dams that she also

wants dams near Washington

However, what s good for Idaho

is not always good for Maryland,

Virginia, and the District of Co

lumbia. Despite this, Gracie has
set herself up as the lady dicta dictator
tor dictator to verrule the Senate, the
House, the Interior Department,

wild life conservators, and millions

... vi-

OI oiner wno want to oeveiop a

national park alone the Potomac.

WASHINGTON WAS THERE
The park extends along the Che

sapeake and Ohio Canal, originally

surveyed by George Washington

and built to carry the early com

merce of the capital up toward

the Ohio River.

The canal now belongs to the

government. And the city of

Washington, bulging with around

i,04,uuo people in us meiropou

tan area, needs a near-by recrea

tion park. The government al

ready owns the canal, and the bill

already passed by the Senate

would help develop it for recrea

tion and wild life.

The Gentle Lady from Idaho

however, wants a high water

dam on the Potomace just as she
wants a high dam, Hells Canyon,

on the Snake River. So she has

suspende hearing on the C. 0.

canal park.

Witnesses have asked to be

heard. Other members of Congres'

are ready to pass the bill, but

Gentle Lady Gracie, as chairman

of the subcommittee of the House

Interior committee, says no. She

won t hold any more hearings.

When Republicans were block

ing a vote on Hells Canyon in this

same committee, a lot of people

came to Gracie s defense

Philip Randolph o" the Brother

hood of Sleeping Car Porters and

Clarence Mitchell of the NAACP

tried to persuade Congressman

Adam Clayton Powell of Harlem,
who held the key vote, to go back

to Washington and vote. Carmine

de Sapio, head of Tammany, and
many others tried to help the
Gentle Lady from Idaho get her
dam.
But now that some other peo people
ple people want a park near Washington,
and she wants a dam, the Gen Gentle
tle Gentle Lady is just as obstinate and
elusive as Congressman Adam
Clayton Powell.
NOTE The Senate bill provid providing
ing providing for the park contains a con concrete
crete concrete provision that if the Army
Engineers find Washington needs
a dam, it would have priority.
SHORTAGE OP RIFLES

Lunching at the Turkish embas-

say the other day, Gen. Nathan

Twining, efficient chairman of
the Joint Chie's of Staff, rectiv
ed eye-opening facts regarding
the arms Russia has been supply supplying
ing supplying her allies in the Near Eait
Compared with the American arms
siioplied our allies.

Gen. Feyzi M tiic, Turkish
chief of staff, tolu Twining how

Russia had shipped the most mo

dern weapons in her arsenal to

Syria, on Turkey's Southern oor

der, also to Egypt, both members

of the United Arab Republic.

He told how Russian Mig Us

sent to Syria no" -fly over Ru.

sian territory, while the Turkish

air force, equipped with slow fly

ing American Sables, can't reach

them.
Twining listened carefully, pro
mised to try to send Turkey some
thing besides out-of-date Ameri
can arms.

From the Turkish chief of staff
h received a modest request for

60,000 Garand rifles. Turkish sol

diers make about the best infan

within gunshot of Russia's armec

mignt.
For three years Turkey has
been trying to get a $360,000,000
credit from the United States, ev even
en even hired ex Gov. Tom Dewey, the
man who made Ike president, as

,

In M860, the pony express
service was established be between
tween between St. Joseph, Mo., and
Sacramento, Calif., covering
the distance in eight days. The
pony express was a private en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, employing 80 men.
The riders, all 18 to 20 years
of age, rode -not less than 30
miles a day. The pony express
was an important institution
for over a year, until late in
1861, when the telegraph lint
went through to California.
g Encyclopcflla BrlUnnic

Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance

At Old WW II Rates

Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal

reserve life insurance policy

similar to your old NSLI plan.
If you are under age 45 and
in good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical

examination) for the same basic
low NSLI rates charged by the
Government durlne W W itT

Slightly higher rates for oiler
ages.

No obligation, tear out this

ad and mall it today with your
name, address, date of birth
and age to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P. O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.

its lawyer in order to help get the
loan.
However, only a driblet of i..o
ney was forthcoming.
With the Iraqu -Lebanon cmis,
however, the administration has
awakened to Turkey's import ) ce
and has arranged to extend $33t. $33t.-000,000
000,000 $33t.-000,000 to Tvncey.
Part is being advanced by tho
United S o"rt the In International
ternational International Monetary Fund, hart
by the Organization for Europe in

economic v,ooperauon.
FAT CONGRESSMAN
Robert A. Everett, the new
democratic congressman fr -n
Tennessee, .iokingly refers to him himself
self himself as "weighing one pound less
than a ton." Foe the reaw he
campaigned as "Fts" Everett,
not "Robert A." Everett, which is
his real name.
'Because most h) his dis
trict never heard of "Robert A
Everett, the new congressman did
his best to get a name panel for
his o'fice door reading "Robert A,
'Fats' Everett" Howevjer, the t.us t.us-todain
todain t.us-todain of the House office build building
ing building decided there wasn't room iot
all this, so the new congressman
had to be satisfied with Robert. A.
Everett". on his off'"? name plite.
The mail from Tennessee ha3
been pouring in ever since. Some
of it has been critical. Wrote ona
farmer:
"Dear Fats: I've never changed
the name o a mule, and I'm not
going to start calling you by ano another
ther another name either sice you've mov moved
ed moved to Washington."

P'

Volkswagen

MMlM w

Volkswagen
Jhs $&runan
I
Outsellsin the United
States all foreign cars put
together
2,500,000 Volkswagen
owners can't be
wrong
ASK
FOR A
Demonstration
at
UNICAR, Si.
Panama

Rockaway Beach in Florida:
Dade County votrs planning to

change it to Miami County. Who
pressuring for Summer dog tracks
and jai alai. .No chance ever
for gambling green light because
of industrialization and religious
groups but the state maybe per- i
snarled to take a flyer pn a pub

lic-owned casino with all profits
(if any) going back to the tax taxpayers.
payers. taxpayers. Harry Mufson, Eden Roc
Hotel genius, thinks this may be
the solution.

IS Malcolm is as bright on his lob as about facts he is wrong.
I wonder what Eddie Doolan Is doing about his improvement
program.
' It would appear to me that Doolan Is faltering.
Or must be laughing when he reads tho errors of Malcolm.
100 Percent Unionist.

Some Date but No Dissa: Er Er-rol
rol Er-rol Flynn parched up his i e u d
with Huntington MartfOrd who
may star him in another show de despite
spite despite his ankling of Huntz last
one. .Pat Powers daughter of
the famous model expert John
Powers, and Ben Gage, Esther
Williams' ex, a No. One 5th Ave.
roosome. .Vincent Lopez, now
in his 18th year at the Hotel Taft
Grill, is beginning to ihink his job
is permanent. Lopez is one of
the greats of the music business.
And he kept his money.). .
Why both,er with the Brussels Fair
when New York has the Brussels
restaurant?. .Liz Taylor denies
them as premature, but Hollywood
rumors persist that she'll become
Mrs. Arthur Loew Jr. belore he
first of the year. She's lonely and
he's the only one who can console
her. .Paris depression note: Now
signs read "Yankee Come Back
Dept. of Some Info: When I
ride herd on the U.S. Mlstlnfor
mation Agency I don't mean ev everyone
eryone everyone in it, and if there were
more like Jack S. Connolly, chief
of the Domestic Motion Picture
Division, it might be the "Inior
mation Agency that its name
calls for. Connoly is one of tin tin-most
most tin-most fabulous characters I know.
a tradition in Hollywood and ? le

gend overseas. He knows everyone

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vice, Service, Col. John D. Coney, commanding officer of Fort Cla yton, presented Five Year Service Pins to several employes of the exchange service on behalf of Maj. Alvin E.
Weber, exchange officer. Left to right are Ho Fung You (who received a Ten Year Service Pin), Francisco Cam argo, H. Jeremino Arias, Alfredo Rrown, Coney, Arthur
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House Surrenders To Benson,
Passes Compromise Farm Bill

WASHINGTON (UP1) lie
House rammed a compromise

lar bill lo passage tooay oe. However, the

spite charges that it amounted to stave off sharp

ports for rice never had been set

below 75 per cent of parity

measure

planting

an unconditional surrenaer to tions ordered by the administra administra-Agriculture
Agriculture administra-Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. tion and scheduled next year for
Benson. It would cut some price rice and cotton growers,
supports to a 20-year low.
Approval of the measure by Farm belt congressmen of b.Mh
voice vote cracked the congres- parties charged the measure was
sional logjam on larm legL-laiion "unconditional surrender" to Ben Ben-whkh
whkh Ben-whkh has theatened to delay ad- son's demands for deeper cuts in
journament. The bill now goes to price supports They called it a
the Senate which either can ac- "complete sell. out" of Midwest
cept the House version or insist on grain farmers.

a con erence committee to worn
ou.. a compromise.
Benson said in a statement the
bill "apparently assures our larm.
ers and ranchers that legislation
so vital to them will be enacted
by this Congress."
He said it "more closely resem resembles
bles resembles the immediate and long range
needs of agriculture as set forlh
in January by the President."
The measure would permit sup supports
ports supports to drop as low as 65 per cent
o parity lor corn next year ana
for rice and cotton in 1962.
In terms Ol parity, the new bill
would permit supports for corn to
be cut to the lowest level since
1939 and supports for cotton to be
cut to the lowest level since 1940.
Parity is a legal yardstick for
measuring a "fair" price for
farmers, taking into aocount the

prices he pays for the things ne
buys.
The support price for cotton has
not been set below 75 per cent o.
parity since 1940 when it was
pegged at 57 per cent. Corn sup supports
ports supports have not been set below 75
per cerft of parity since 1939 when
they were fixed at 69 per cent of
parity.
Officials said Agriculture de department
partment department records indicated up-

Democratic farm leaders reluct

antly agreed to give Benson much
I of the authority he sought to cot
price supports in order to get a
'arm bill that would cancel th

acreage cutbacks.

A bill previously approved

the Senate and backed by the

ministration would make even
greater concessions to Benson's
demands.

Assistant Agriculture Secretary
Marlin L. McLain said in a letter

would read to the House before the final
reduc- vote by Rep. William S. Hill (R-.

Colo ) that the House bill was ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to the administratroa.
On passage, the aye votes
swelled to a roar. The no vote
was fairly noisy but not enough
to overcome it.
Rep. Merwin Coad (D-Iowa) de demanded
manded demanded a roll call. But only 40
members joined in his demand
and speaker Sam Rayburn pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the bill passed by tha
necessarv two-thirds majority.

Quote Unquote

NEW YORK Robert Murphy,
Stale Department Troubleshooter
who has just completed a series
of talks with government chiefs in
the Middle East, when asked
about the prospects for peace:
"They look better than they did
a little bit ago."

MYSTIC, Conn. James F.
Calvert Jr., 12, son of the skipper
of the nuclear submarine Skate
which made the second undersea
crossing of the Nolth Pole, when
asked what he thought of his fa.
ther's feat:
"I knew he could do it"

BURLINGTON, Vt. Pro; Jev
to M. Radulovio, Yugoslav physi.
ologist, in proposing refrigeration
as a method of guarding space
travelers from radiation dangers:
"We may presume with certain certain-ty
ty certain-ty that in this era of interplane interplanetary
tary interplanetary flights, hypothermy The cool
ing of living hings to tempera temperatures
tures temperatures far below normal) will play
a protective role against harmful
cosmic radiation."

SMITHFIELD, Va. Marian
McKnight, Miss America of 1957,

; denying rumors that she and for for-I
I for-I mer baseball star Joe DiMaggio
i were considering marriage:
! "As far as romance goes, I'll
have to deny everything. .Some-

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Classroom Life Begins Anew
For Older Back-fo Schoolers

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By CAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPD Look who's
answering the baek-to.sehool bell
this fall. Mom, pop, granJma and
grandpa, along with their youngs youngsters.
ters. youngsters. So many adults are enrolling in
colleges, universities and public
school programs for :rown ups

that one edueitor joked, "Life be begins
gins begins at 45." For some, classroom
li e begins anew when they've
reached their 60s. 70s and 80s.
Dr. John B. Holden of the adult
education division of the U.S.
Health, Education and Welfare
Department, gave these statistics
on "older" back-to.schoolers.
Program on Increase
IIEW's latest survey showed
that between the ages of 45 and
59, there are 1,913.000 students.
In the 60 to 74 bracket, 465,000.
In the 75 and older, there are
50,000,

L

-ty

MR. AND MRS. JACK B. HAMMOND

MISS ELEANOR DF.ANE SELBY BECOMES BRIDE OF
IACK BERTRAM HAMMOND AT CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
Miss Eleanor Deane Selby, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Lowell D. Selby of Fort
Clayton became the bride of Mr. Jack Bertram Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Hammond of Balboa at a candlelight service performed by the Rev. Edwin Crowe Webster
at the Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon, on Saturday evening.
in. i :.i ...v. ... rri,-M in ri-tli )ianH afiH Pfl nf tli lapp hodir pnded In Ca

me Uliur, W11U was f; nu in vjiniinj vvt mv inui - I ---
marriage bv her father, wore a ter Pan collar ejSjtaoittere.il in.thedral train. Her fingertip veil
gown of white nylon net over sa- seed pearls. The bouffant skirt, j was hefd in ple by 8 coronet of
tin fashioned with a fitted bodice which was embroidered with seed seed pearls. She carried a white
of chanlilly lace, long sleeves pearls in a design matching that prayer book lo which were at

tached two white orchids and
from which white streamers fell.
To these were attached sprays of
lily of the valley.
The matron of honor was the
groom's sister. Mrs. Richard
Lomedieo, and the maid of honor,
Miss Gladys Miller of Balboa The
four bridesmaids were the Misses
Julia Ann May. Anne Batcheldor,
Jeanne Hart and Mildred Gibbs.
All of the bride's attendants wore
dresses of embroidered organdy
over taffeta designed with waltz waltz-length
length waltz-length full skirts and Italian neck necklines
lines necklines which came to a "V" at the
back. Their shoes and crowns
were of the same color as their
dnesses which for the matron and
maid of honor were yellow and
green, respectively, and for the

I "iner auenflants were two in blue
:and two in pink. Their bouquets
j were variegated roses.
Attending the groom as best
; man was Mr. Herbert Ravburne

ami me usners were the Messrs.
Richard Lomedieo, William Hat-

chett. Tommy Ford. Fred Ray Ray-!
! Ray-! burne and Sandy llinkie.
The vows were exchanged be be-Ifore
Ifore be-Ifore an altar banked high with
white gladioli and greens. As well
las the candles on the altar there

was a double row of floor candela candelabra
bra candelabra extending from the altar down
the center aisle of the church.
The wedding music was play played
ed played by Mrs. Carol Webster, Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral organist, vith Miss Vena
Bennett as soloist. Preceding the
ceremony, Miss Bennett sang Ave
Maria and The Lord's Prayer anrf
during the ceremony, "O Perfect
Love."
For her daughter's wedding
Mrs. Selby chose a gown of pink
chiffon over taffeta, a pink flow.
I

I tr nai ana wniue accessories.

Both wore orchids
Immediately following the itri itri-I
I itri-I mony a reception was held at 'the
iForl Clayton Officers' Club. The

groom sister, Dee Kay Ham-

"And the totals grow each
year," said Dr. Thomas J. Gilli.
gan, assistant executive secretary
fpr the adult education program
of the National Education Assn.
"Some people go back specifi specifically
cally specifically for a high school diploma

'or college degree," said Gilligan.
j 'But a lot of them are people
acing retirement with time on
their hands and a feeling they

might just have missed some

thing from their earlier school
day. The world has changed so
much."
"And some of the parents just
don't understand their kids, es especially
pecially especially in talk about science and
international relations," quipped
Dr. David Rauch, of the adult
education department of the Great
Neck, N.Y., public schools sys system.
tem. system. High Percentage
Great Neck's program, in itsr
24th year, is one of the most sue.
cessful in the nation. The suburb suburban
an suburban town has a population of
48,000. Its adult class enrollment
is 6,000,
"We stress learning for learn learning's
ing's learning's sake," said Rauch. "But the
prefgram, like others, gets a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous number o" women who
start brushing up on an old skill,
such as typing,, so they can go
back to work when the children
are grown and away from home.
"Or, if they didn't work before
their families came, they orepjire

ior a jod. wot so much for the
money as to keep interes'ed and
have something to do."

52L' MAK FRIENC

IS

Mr

THE VOICE OFl
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Kill gal I en

CNU

If you are to be a guest on a
radio or television show, get to
the studio at least a ha. hour
ue.ore Uie show goes on. You
will be much more at ease if you

don't rush in breathless at the

last moment.
An wo will ther person
wiioie program you are to
pear.

on
ap

lack notice for Inclusion in th
column should 1 bo tubmitUd in
r-written term and mailed eo
(ho boi number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." Or delivered
bv h.nd to the oHict. Notices el
meeting! cannot be accepted bv
U ohone.

Joan Diener may exit from the
cast of the Broadway bound n.u
sical.'At The Grand" even befoic
i'aul Muni withdraws, although
the show's director is her husband,
Albert Marre. Marre, convinced
he can bring in a hit, is pleading
with her to stay; the San Fran

Cisco critics probably will be the
deciding factor ... Princess Mar Mar-garetha
garetha Mar-garetha of Sweden has an eligible
suitor wailing, in the wings it she
decides she can forget ner Eng English
lish English beau Robin Douglas Home.
The fellow with her parents' onay
is Hans Ulrich Von Der Esch.

rector o.' "Porgy and Bess." Th
cast is on the verge oi mutiny,
and most of the film colony syni.
pathizes with Mamoulian. Den
iais notwithstanding, Washington
insiders will wager the timetable
calls for Sherman Adams to exit
from his post as assistant to the
President in September.
Colleeen Dewhuist tstr of "Chil "Children
dren "Children of Darkness") is apt to em
erge as the' big discovery of tiw
new Audrey Hepburn movie, fhe
Nun's Story" ...A familiar play playboy
boy playboy on the local scene, one of the
biggest tippers ever to delight tho

staL at the Stork and El Moruty

Cernadas ana his Jello heiress

wiie, Eleanor Vietor, have decid decided
ed decided to part. She's forgetting it all
by visiting Cernadas tormer wic,
Princess Honeyt'iile Hohenlohe in
Austria ... Capsule view of the mo motion
tion motion picture industry as of this
date: Twentieth Century Fox's hor horror
ror horror flicker, "The Fly," is oat oat-grossing
grossing oat-grossing the lavish s.ar studded
"Peyton Place."

mond, was in charge of the guest
book. i
Both Mr. and Mrs. Hammond
attend the Canai Zone Junior ( 1 1-lege,
lege, 1-lege, and Mr. Hammond will ent enter
er enter his senior year at Bradley Uni University
versity University in Peoria, 111., in Septem September.
ber. September. The couple returned last eve evening
ning evening from their wedding tr.p
which was spent in Costa Rica,
and will leave next week .'or llii-

The socially prominent Al rcdo co, is currently serving a 9-

months sentence for the embete embete-mcnt
mcnt embete-mcnt of $300,000 in Belize, Brit British
ish British Honduras. Some of the U&.
glamor girls he dated a film star
and the daughter of a high rank ranking
ing ranking government official will be
shocked to learn he's a muchsmar muchsmar-ried
ried muchsmar-ried man with four children in
Belize.

In Florida they hear Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller money is behind a proct
I in hllild a rH3itrlonrt iv-nm nl.-co

A group of the biggest Florida Detween Miami and Ft. Lander Lander-hotel
hotel Lander-hotel men have served notice on; Errol Flynn-g gpending hnuri
their governor that unless theio s each day tape recording his mem mem-gambhng
gambhng mem-gambhng in Miami this Winter to orirg for Putnam, and the oub-

Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the : a- "'u'e "-l'l'". lishers are sighing with relief, be be-1
1 be-1 B P O Elks oi W., will hold a they mW wc" shut down their tause tncy-d a.i but given up hoofc
special session ai the Paraiso g'g?ntic operations, rheyre not of completing the project' ..Sam ..Sam-Lodge
Lodge ..Sam-Lodge Hall on Sa.urday at 7:S0 ft"1', r-i;?LB!.to

. ., .. in irom me wesi L.oasi on auk.
just want the old green light 23 to do orle.man ,now at tht
they always had before Kefauver Racign Hotel, in gratitude to own-

"' "'" er Georae (iilbert. who cave Sam-

p.m. All otticers ana
are urged to attend.

members

?. mtU Sa

Vs-

Rock Hudson's uue with Man1

mv his chance to star on Broad-

Maybe women have it as easy

west, part ai tne last uscar teio- u,gu ; "ir wnndnrfiii

vision broadcast, is being bootleg-' Kenneth Kakos. the 12 vear old

Cofinne knv in "Sitnric at fgmnnhfilin

are ion't tntntlv uArtrtiH tn hie artintf

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I Ambassador and Mrs. Harrington
Entertained at Luncheon Tday
The Ambassador of the United
State of America and Mrs. Julian
i Fiske Harringlon gave a luncheon
! today at their residence in La
j Cresta in honor of the president
of the Champion Oil and Refine Refine-1
1 Refine-1 ry Company of Forth Worth,
Texas and Mrs. Earl Baldridge.

ged to theaters in Italy

Calvet and Denise Darcel

lilt VVV71IIW1 ll K -m., I , tait V ll'liui

. ,i r ,l i. rpanv in snilarp nil an Ih rpc.i r : i

as men claim iney ao. bui mm. "r l i careeer. ne s geiung in practice
of all the little minor worries of nassle for the leadm8 rolc ln or a journalistic job by wnti".g
they have that never trouble men.!' bu"er 'hel?.lrf, v e r s 0 n uf and publishing a weekly bncks'age
Such as LLlght Up ,he Skyf ne,ar Cnlca2-; paper called 'Court Gossio,' fear-
What to wear whenever they t-onnne was set for the part un-, uring c,vs tidbits about tne c-st
receive an invitation to a par.y. anally, but producer Sidney Blac.c-1 of the ghow.
What to have for dinner a nag- ,.mer de,c'drd he wan'ed rePuc4e New fad in the Village, where
inl t. h iy n' M,wt.Den!M a"d !he refllsed there's a new fad almost every

r ' 10 leave ine piay. rtiacKmer is up-

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Gov. and Mrs. Potter Entertain
For the Brazilian Ambassador
The Governor of the Canal Zone
and Mrs. William E. Potter were
hosts at a dinner at the Governor's
House, Balboa Heights, last eve evening
ning evening in honor of the Ambassador
of Brazil to Panama and MrtijM.'
Boulitreau Fragosi.
(Continued on Page fi.

What to do about their gray
ha li s o dye or not to dye. Men
solve that problem by getiing
their hair cropped close and clos closer
er closer to their heads.
How to work out the chauf er er-ing
ing er-ing detail so that every child in

the family gets to where he is

supposed to be on
picked up on time.

How to keep their friends from
finding out how old they are.

How to plan a party menu that

riav- h0a,h nartic in anortmnle

set, Denise is furious and the The stanley Dones onf
screaming can be heard for milti. o the lop movie directors) are
Nancy Sinatra s .nends have separating ... Rossano Bmzi is
figured that she s collected more rne o( the angels for N. Rich a r I
than two million dollars in alimc ; josh's nrW "roadw" nly "A
since.8he .frank divorced. j nfjfu 0f Fire" ... Candy Jones
She receives an impressive per- who recentiv hunched Franr
centage ol his earnings until she,NuVen on a theatrical career, is

iC hi! u r uu,""" l" "".excited abou' a beauty named

attractive with the years.

Liz Whitney Lunn is feuding
with the New York Racing Asso Association.
ciation. Association. She burned when .ihe

couldn't get what she considered

i the women rpesent

How to break the news to Papa-that
they've bought something
that a woman views as an ab.
solute necessity and a man

views as out and out

travagance.
How to get Papa in a

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time and is that although she's grown more Martha Sue Nixon, who's liable to

make it big on the screen.
El Panama Waiters
Plan Hallowe'en
Dance October 4

is different enough to impress suitab,e spaee for the Saraioga

meeting and shipped all her hors

es out of New York, saying she
ha s no 1 intention of r a eiiig a gain
in this state ... Tony Perkins has
moved into Tab Hunter's house in

ex-, California, giving small dinner

j parties for chums and shunning
relaxed invitations to the elahnrate HoIIv-

mood belore giving him the iiewi w00d parties while Tab is in Go
that Junior has crumpled a fen- tham working with Sophia Loreo

aer on tne tamny car or mai sis ,n "That Kind of Woman."
has to have a new formal. Samuel Goldwyn, a true

How to keep the house spic anr? land sage, is getting the worst
span, once it is slicked up for pres of his long career as a re re-company,
company, re-company, until the company ar-jsult of replacing Rouben Mamou Mamou-rives.
rives. Mamou-rives. the younger the children, I lian with Otto Preminger as di di-the
the di-the harder this is to manage.

How to get the kids to do the
chores their Dad decides they
are old enough to do.
How to look ten years younger
than they are.

Invitations are now being issued
for a bid Halloween show and
dance to be held by EI Panama
Waiters and Bartenders Club oil
Oct. 4 at the Casino Vina del Mai".
Artist from both sides of th
Isthmus have been contracted for

Fiim-ithe show, along with the Willie

Morrison orche tra and the Jet!
combo to furnish the music.
The club promised to offer se several
veral several surprises during the dance.

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PLANT STARTS PRODUCTION PILOTS COMBAT READY
CINCINNATI (UPDOlin Math- MANILA (UP1) The Philippine
ieson Chemical Corn's new cor lair force announced today that

rugated container plant has start started
ed started production. The 127,000 square square-foot
foot square-foot leased plant will employ from
150 to 250 workers and will have

its 6th Fighter Squadron, which
trained with the U.S. 13th Air
Force at Clark Field north of
Manila has been added to the na-

, : Tjniv! tiii i," uiupmvFs TWntv-four concessionatires of the Caribbean Army and Air Force Exchange Service recently

rere awarded Certificates of Service for "loyal, faithful and continued service" according to an administrative memorandum

Issued on July 25 by Maj. Alvin wener, central exenange uni cer. aii citizens ui rnun, toe vuiiecmvuaircs wen; (ricjrmni
their certificates by Col Walter J. Preston, president of the Central Exchange Council. Front Row left to right are Preston;
r...... Ei..i 1....W .ho. anil uashaterias at Fort Kobbe, 26 years: Oscar Dickens, tailor at Fort Gulick, 23 years; George

Hvatt tailor at' Albrook Air Force Base, 26 years; and Weber. Other concessionaires who received certificates, some of whom are
Ihovm Jn this picture are Rupert Britton, barber at Fort Gulick, 20 years; Isaac Small, tailor at Fort Amador, 20 years; Car Carlos
los Carlos Frixione barber at Fort Amador, 20 years; Michael Japport, barber at Fort Gulick, 20 years; Eddie Jaynes, watch repair at
Fort riavton 19 vears- Saul Altman, shoe repair at Fort Kobbe, Fort Gulick and Fort Davis, 17 years; Leen Greene, photo studio

and finishing at Albrook Air force rtase, run wajn, n .i-.hiv ..u -i .wuc, u .....v r
Fort Kobbe 14 years- Pastor Sarmiento, watch repair at Albrook Air Force Base, 16 years; Paul Gambotti, dry cleaner and
landrv at Fort Kobbe, Fort Clayton and Fort Amador, 12 years; Thomas Heslop, tailor at Fort Gulick, 11 yars; Claude Mottley,
Irv cleaner at Fort Davis and Fort Clayton, 11 years; Adrian McCleary, tailor at Coco Solito, 11 years; Ng Mow Fook, Chi Chinese
nese Chinese earden at Fort Davis, 10 years; Cristobal Franceschi, barber at Fort Gulick, 10 years; Henry Feigenblatt, tailor at Fort
Kobbe 10 vears- Mariano Tanco, watch repair at Fort Gulick, 10 years; Austin Tomllnson, tailor at Fort Clayton, 10 years;
Phillip Mattison' shoe repair at Fort Clayton, 10 years; Linneth Samuels, dressmaker at Fort Clayton and Albrook Air Base,
I years- and Gladys Vehue, beauty salon operator t Albrook Air Force Base, 7 years. (U.S. Army Photo).

t MirgiriW
Mrs. James W. Smith, wife of Lt.
James W. Smith of Fort Davis,

commonly recognized on the Isth

mus as an outstanding vocalist,

will be the Euest soloist at the

morning worsnip of the Margarita
Union Church. .Mrs. Smith will be

accompanied on the organ by Fre

derick L. Saur.

At the conclusion of the sevice

Thomas Ralph Wilder, infant son

of Captain and Mrs. Albert h. Wil

der, will be presented for Christian
baptism. The Rev. Theodore E.
Franklin, pastor of the chuch, has

entitled his sermon Spiritual Hu Humility",
mility", Humility",

The Margarita service is preced

ed each Sunday by an early ser

vice at 9:30 a.m. in the Coco Solo
chapel. Assisting the pastor in
the ministry of hospitality will be
Mrs. JX. Long and Mrs. H.M.Witt
at Margarita and the Misses Ja Janet
net Janet and Jeanette Swicegood at
Coco Solo.
OB Tuesday night, at 7:30 p.m.
there will be a meeting of the
board of trustees of the Margari Margarita
ta Margarita church; Frank H. McLeod,

chairman of the board, will
the moderator.

be

a peak capacity of 30 million! tion's air defenses as a combat combat-square
square combat-square feet of corrugated board a ready squadron. It is composed of
month, the company said. F86 Sabrejets.

CHRIST CHURCH

FOUR LOST IN SNOW FORM ITALIAN BRANCH
SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) Four; NEW YORK (UPD Vitro Com.
Chilean army officers are miss- of America announced yesterday
ing in a snow storm in uie AuatrS.jit has formed an Italian subsidia subsidia-reports
reports subsidia-reports reaching here said to-'ry, Vitro Italiana SP A. with of

Hy-'day. Thirty six other soldiers fices in Rome andMilan to handle

Colon
Services at Christ Church

the-Sea Sunday will mark the ce- training in the mountains stum-; Vitro's activities in Italy whirn in-

Outstanding Jewish
Philosopher To Give
Talk Monday Night
Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel,
professor of Jewish philosophy and

mysticism at Jewish ineoiagicai
Seminary, New York City, will be
the guest speaker at Temple Kol
Shearith forum on Monday at 8

p.m.

His lecture is entitled "Judaism

lebration of the anniversary of

the Woman's Auxiliary. The ob observance
servance observance begins with a corporate

communion uuring the 6 a.m. Eu Eucharist,
charist, Eucharist, which will be celebrated!
by the rector, the Rev. J. r"eter
Farmer, who will officiate and,
preach throughout the day.
The day also conicides with the
11th anniversary of Las Amigas
de Caridad, and members of this

organization will U in attendance;

at the 9 o'clock choral Eucharist.

The Woman's Auziliary will also
sponsor a special service at 3 o' o'clock
clock o'clock in the afternoon, with other
church proups participating.
Ac' vities for the day will close
with solemn Evening and s.rmon
at 7 30 a.m., which will be attend attended
ed attended by graduates of a cake deco decoration
ration decoration course which the Woman's
Auxiliary receni y sponsored
Also on the schedule for the night
3ervice is a tribute to Noel C.
Ilenriquez, a prominent laym;.n
who is expected to leave here with within
in within the next week for residence lr
the United States.

bled to civilization and were hos- elude design, en'tneering and con

pitalized with frostbite. I struction of nuclear facilities.

Tax Relief Due For Some
Heavier Levies For Others

WASHINGTON (UPI) Some
tax relief was on the way today
for small businessmen, theater theatergoers,
goers, theatergoers, sports fans, whisky-makers,
parochial schools and dues-paying
members' of community swim swimming
ming swimming pools.' ;.
But heavier levies will soon be
Imposed on others, including buy buyers
ers buyers of retard players and thou thousands
sands thousands ol policemen.
These are among the millions
f tsTnavers and consumers whose

pocketbooks will he affected by
a vast, technical' tfvwhMl ot

else and income taxes on wmcn
Senate-House conference com committee
mittee committee reached agreemeht Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night.
The two compromise bills will
together produce a net loss of
about 300 million dollars a year in
federal revenue.
The bill revising excise taxes
about 400 paga thick was slat,
ed for final House approval today.
It would trim about 42 million
dollars from the nearly 10 billion
dollars which the government col collects
lects collects annually on the manufacture
and sale of goods and services.
Quick approval also was assured
for the second bill containing
numerous changes in income tax
laws. Its principal feature is a
260 million dollar program of
"fringe benefit" tax relief for
mall business.
The bulky tax bills would:

WILL PAY LESS

SHREVEPORT, La. (UPI)

Esso Standard Oil Co. has an

nounced that it is reducing the

prices it will pay for certain types
of crude oil in Louisiana and Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi by 10 cents and lS.cents a
barrel in line with "reductions
already made in prices of com competitive
petitive competitive crude oil in Texas and
Louisiana,

Cut 10 cents off the tax on ad admissions
missions admissions to theaters, movies,
baseball and football games and
other sporting events and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment costing $1.00 or more.

Alter the drinking habits ot
many americans hy putting on
the market for the first time Amer American
ican American whisky which has been aged
longer than eight years. Present
law makes this prohibitively ex expensive
pensive expensive because if requires that
Whisky makers must pay the
$10.50 a gallon tax on aging li li-q
q li-q iwir as soon as it be comes eight
years old. i
Exempt parochial and other non nonprofit
profit nonprofit schools or colleges from
payment of excise taxes on goods
they but or on their telephone or
transportation services.
Impose a new 10 per cent tax
on record players and a new 5
per cent tax on oil and gas oper operated
ated operated incinerators.
Repeal the 20 per cent tax on
club dues and initiation fees of
members of community swimming
pools and ice and roller skating
rinks, retroactive to last Jan. 1.
Permit newspapers and maga magazines
zines magazines in computing their income
taxes to spread pre.paid subscrip subscription
tion subscription income over the period it was
actually earned.
Reoeal a special tax break

which Congress gave several

years ago to police officials. Ef Effective
fective Effective Sept. 1, rbey would no
longer be entitled to an exemption
on income taxes on $5-a-day in
income paid to them as "subsistence."

Indonesians Accept
8 Migs From Reds
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI)
The Indonesian air force yesterday
formally accepted eight Mig jet
fighter planes recently purchased
from Communist Czechoslovakia.
Air force chief of staff Marshal
Suryadarma told gathering of
high government officials, includ

ing Premier Djuanda, that the

planes were bought under a five

year-plan to modernize th air
force.
This was the first time Mig jets

had been put on public display

here. The nation s new Czech

Avja transport planes were exhib

Hed earlier, but Mae Iryushin jet

bombers also obtained still are be
ing kept under wraps.

BUSY THIEVES ARRESTED
PARIS (UPI) -A gang led by
Francoise Boret was under arrest
today and accused by police of
having committed 115 robberies in
the Paris area since June 22 an
average of more than two a day.

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COLON

Independence Day
Dance To Be Held
By Costa Ricans
The newly organized Costa Ri

can Philanthropical Group will
sponsor an Independence Day
dance at the Jamaica Society Hall

on Sept. 14.
This yearly dance, which Is usu

ally well attended by Panamani Panamanians
ans Panamanians and other nationals, is in com commemoration
memoration commemoration of the independence
of the Central American states in

1821.

Music for the dance will be
played by Victor Boa and his or

chestra.

ST. MARGARET'S
Margarita
The Rev. Edwin Crowe Webster
wil' officiate and preacn at St.
Margaret's Church, Margarita, Sun
day. During August the services
will continue to be held at 9 o' o'clock
clock o'clock and Fr. Webster announces
that he will celebrate the Holy
Communion this Sunday.
Bishop Gooden will officiate at
St. Margaret's on Aug. 24. when

Its Challenge and Promise". Dr. She will speak about the Lambeth
Heschel has had a great deal to conference and also make an an-do
do an-do with the recent revival of Ju- nouncements fof the future plans

Amigas de Caridad
To Observe 11th

Birthday Sunday

Las Amigas de Caridad of Colon

will observe the 1 11th anniversary

of its foundation on Sunday With
a thanksgiving service at Christ
Church By-the-Sea. The service
will begin at 9 o'clock.
A brunch will follow -at the
Strangers' Club for members "and

their guests. During the anniver anniversary
sary anniversary "program' to be presented at
the' club, one of the features Will
be a Ladies' hat review.

East German
Philatelists
Co Communist
BERLIN (UPI) -Stamp collect collecting
ing collecting went Communist in East Ger Germany
many Germany yesterday.
Friedrich Mirow, secretary of
the "central philatelic commis commission"
sion" commission" told collectors they must not
forget that "stampncollecting and
politics represent a unity" and
that they should collect stamps
from a "socialist viewpoint.".

Mirow did not explain how it

was to be done, but Soviet zone
chess players and tropical fish
and rabbit breeders have received
similar orders.

daism in the Western Hemisphere.

He is an outstanding religious think

er and one of the few men of our
generation who have attempted to
relate religion to everyday life in
an atomic age. According to him,
religion is the answer to man's
ultimate questions; man's question
about God is also God's question
about man.

Dr. Hexehl is the author of nu numerous
merous numerous books and articles, and
most- of his writing have been

translated into half a dozen lan

guages. Some of his more recent

books are: "The Earth is the

Lord's", "Man is not Alona", "Tim
Sabbath", "God in' Search of Man"
The latter has been translated into
Spanish.

Dr. Heschel was hailed by the
outstadine Christian theologian

Reinhold Niehuhr as ". .a poet and

a mystic who has mastered the
philosophical and Scientific disci disciplines
plines disciplines i and who, with consumate
skill, reveals the dimension of rea reality
lity reality apprehended by religious faith

as distinguished from all the cone-.

rences and sequences and causa
lities which science charts and
philosophy arranges into a tout,
rational scheme."
The general public is invited to
this lecture. Refreshments will be
served afterwards.

LUKENS INCREASES PRICE

COATESVILLE, Pa. (UPI);

The Lukens Steel Co. today an

nounced an increase of 30 cents

per hundredweight to $7.50 in the

firm s base price for alloy steel

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San Antonio Co-Op
Hears Lectures
On Cooperatives
Members of the San Antonio de
Padua Cooperative enjoyed an ev evening
ening evening with friends Wednesday
night at the French Society Hall.
The program was opened by Te Te-rah
rah Te-rah Sayers with a description of
the Rochdale principle of the co

operative movement as practiced
in Canada, the Caribbean areas
and Latin America. Aims and ob objective
jective objective of the San Antonio Credit
Co-op were, outlined.

Felix Quiros, from the Depart Department
ment Department of Cooperative Education,

followed with a brief report on the

seminar recently held in San Jo

se, Costa Rica. Movies entitled
'What is a Cooperative' supplied a
graphic description of the progress
and successes achieved by cooper

ative enthusiasm that seven per persons
sons persons immediately enrolled, includ including
ing including three women.

Claudio Creney, of the education educational
al educational committee, urged those who fail

ed to attend the program to get

in touch with any member of the

cooperative as soon as possible
that, they may enrolled on time,
otherwise they will be listed for
the fifth study group.
The next meeting for this new
study group will be on Aug. 26
at the French Society Hall, com commencing
mencing commencing at 7:30 p.m.

The Panama Liner Cristobal Is
scheduled to sail tomorrow al 1 p.
m. with 81 passengers for New
York and five passengers tor Port Port-au.Prince,
au.Prince, Port-au.Prince, Haiti.
Among the passengers sailing
for New York is Norman E. J.
Demers, Assistant to the Trans Transportation
portation Transportation and Terminal Director.
Sailing lor Haiti are Capt. Wil William
liam William J. Steffons, chief of the
Steamship Division, New York op.
erations; John J. Cusick, general
agent for the Panama Line in Hai.
ti, with Mrs. Cusick; and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Martin.

The complete advance passenger
list for New York follows:
Miss Sarah A. Armington; Miss
Anne E. Armington; Mrs. Ger

trude, Barton and daughter;
Charles J. Beinkafner; Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Berhard; Miss
Minnie Binder; Mrs. Edith Breit Breit-barth;
barth; Breit-barth; Sidney Brown; Miss Irene
F. Brummerstedt; Miss Elidia
Chiari; Norman E. J. Demers;
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dill and son;
Miss Roberta G, Dillon; Mr. and
Mrs. L. Du Bou and two children;
Miss Lillian Evans; Mrs. Louise
V. Foote and son; Neville C. Frain
Mrs. John J. Gleason; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Gooch; Leon Heim;
Joseph Holder; Capt. and Mrs.
Stanley 'Kidd; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William It. Liddell; and Mrs. Karen
J. MacKaig.
Mrs. Jeanne C. Magnuson and
daughter; Mrs. Virginia Moyer
and son; Curtis L. Mullins; Mrs.
Gertrude H. Mullins; Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pyle; James

W. Rainford; Mr. and Mrs. Jame

C. Reid; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ries; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roddy;
Mrs. Mary Rohner; Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Ronan; Mrs. Gloria Schmid
and three children; Ralph Sher.
ratt Jr.; Miss Violet Sneckenber Sneckenber-ger;
ger; Sneckenber-ger; Mrs. Leonore Spees; Mr. and
Mrs. George Stack; Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer E. Stern; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas H. Sullivan; Constant L.
L. Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Roy S.
Wallace and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Wheeler and five children;
Mrs. Beatrice Wight; and Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Zeifrhan.

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Ample Parking Space available

Traffic Control
Expert To Give
Talk Monday Night
The speaker for the August meet

ing Monday at 7:30 of the Panama
section of American Society of Ci-

vil Engineers, will be Richard L.
Kimball, of the firm of Gibbs and
Hill, consulting engineers, who will
give a talk on "Electronic Sys Systems
tems Systems for Marine Traffic Control."
Kimball has recently completed
a traffic control study of the Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Canal which was conducted
by his firm under contract with
the Panama Canal Co. His talk
will include a discussion of the
potentialities of electronic traffic
control for the Canal.
Dress -will be informal, sport
shirks recommended, and refresh refresh-merits
merits refresh-merits will be served after the
meeting..
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Raceprion for Col. iion
Members ol Gorga tluipital
staff will honor Col. Ihomas 0
Faison, the new director of the
Hospital, this evening at a recep.
tion from 6 to 8 at the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club.

will be the ninthly social to be
held in the ballroom oi ine Fori
Ud,on NCO upen Mess en Aug August"
ust" August" IS) at 7:30 p.m. -NCO Wives,
their guests, ana all newcomers
Ui me I'ost are cordially invited
io aticnd.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Undo
Entertain House Cuost
,Miss Barbara Earlbaum of New'
York City arrived by plane yes yesterday
terday yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Undo" of Goi: Heights as the gvest
of their daughter Miss Lyannc
Lindo
Junior Croup Jamboree Sunday
Saturday night. Aug 16th, Har Harnett
nett Harnett and Dunn will have their sec second
ond second summer Jamboree lor 'he
junior .group at the American Le Legion
gion Legion Cluba t Fort Amador. The
Hokry Pokey Swing. Stroll. Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia eel and the Chicken will al also
so also be danced by the junior inter intermediate
mediate intermediate group. The "small fry"
who range in age from six to 11

will do the Patty Cake Polk
Hop. Freeze and La Raspa.

Trip .0 Taboga Island
1 ne Fort iobbe Service Club
has arranged a day-long trip to
ijooga isiand tomorrow, Augusi
lb. Buses will leave the club at 7
a.m. and those interested in the
excursion should make reserva
lions by calling the club. All enlist enlisted
ed enlisted men assigned to Ft. Kobbe and
their dependents are invited.

the

Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club's Morning Coffee
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club held their monthly Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning coffee on August 13,
in the restaurant of the NCO () ()-pen
pen ()-pen Mess. Mrs. Kay Rogers pres presided,
ided, presided, and Mrs. Helen Shannon
was hostess for the occasion.
Four women were welcomed as
new club members: Mrs. Fva
Bigham. Mrs. Florence Norman.
Mrs. Anne Scarle, and Mrs. Kath,
leen Silvas.
The NCO wives regretfully bade
farewell to Mrs. Hughes, mother
of Mrs. Virginia Dorsett. whose
nine-month visit in the Canal Zone
has come to an end.

Sports Car Club
To Hold Monthly
Meeting Tonight
The regular monthly meeting of
the Isthmian Sports Car Club wll
be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
Washington Room of the El Pana.
ma Hilton
The officers consider this meet,
ing an important one and urge ail
members toattend Revision of the
Club's constitution and by laws
will be discussed and election of
activifies chiarman will take plate.
After the business meeting then'
will be a showing of films donated
hv Rootes Motors.

The next function of Mie Club enna.

FIRE ACROSS BORDER
VIENNA (UPI) Communist
Hungarian border guards filed
across the frontier at an Austrian
customs officer and a Roman
Catholic priest, police reported
today. Neither was injured.
Police said the incident occurred
yesterday near the village of Pam Pam-hagen,
hagen, Pam-hagen, some 40 miles east of Vi

REYNALD0 & ISABEL
In their spectacular Dance Creation
FRANKENSTEIN AND THE LADY
has beer, auciecl a.s a feature attraction to
OSCAR MORENO
and his
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2 shows everv night
at dinner 8:30
late show 11:30

This act comes here
direct from the
Tropicana in Havana

House Labor Group
Refuses To Consider
Sending Bill Up
WASHINGTON (UPI) The bit bitterly
terly bitterly divided House Labor Com Committee
mittee Committee revised yesterday to even
tions were the house still might
get a chance to vote on the politics-laden
issue.
The committee de'eated propos proposals
als proposals that it take up either the Ken-nedy-Ives
bill passed by the Sen Sen-ale
ale Sen-ale or a tougher version intro introduced
duced introduced in the House by GOP lead
ers.
The twin actions all but ruled
out any chilnce the committee
would act this session. Chairman
Grahum A. Barden (D-N.C.) an.
nourvced that the meeting proba probably
bly probably would be the last before Con Congress
gress Congress adjourns for the year.
But still hanging fire wai a re reported
ported reported plan by Speaker Sam Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn (D-Tex.) to bring the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy Ives bill up ofr a vote next
Monday. However, it would be of offered
fered offered under an amendment bar.
ring procedure that would require
a two thirds vote for approval.
Both the senate bill and the
House version introduced by Rep.
Carroll D. Kearns (R-Pa.) were
designed to curb abuses aired by
the Senate Rackets Committee.
Kearns' bill would go farther,
however, in cracking down on un union
ion union misdeeds.
Kearns predicted that the House
would de eat the Senate bill :f
Rayburn brought it up for a vote.
He said chances of getting a two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds vote for the Kennedy-Ives
measure had dwindled since he in introduced
troduced introduced his own measure with
strong GOP backing.
Republicans insist that the Sen Senate
ate Senate hill, sponsored by Sens. John
F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Irving
M. Ives (R-N.Y.), is weak. Dem.
ocrats want the Senate measure
considered under the no amend amendment
ment amendment plan because they fear it
would be toughened on the floor.
These positions were reflected in
two votes taken by the labor eom eom-nvMee
nvMee eom-nvMee yesterday.
The committee defeated on a
straight party-line vote of 16-13 a
move bv Rep. John J. Rhodes (R-

Ariz.) to consider the GOP bill.
Democratic members voted" solid solidly
ly solidly against the proposal and" all Re- j
publicans for it.
The committee also rejected, 22-.
7. a move by Rep. Clare Hoffman
(R.Mich.) to consider the Senate j
bill. Sir Republicans joined the t

Democrats in opposing the motion.
All seven favorable votes were
cast by Republicans.

Asiatic Trip

Answer to Previous Puzzle

ACROSS
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Lhasa
6 Katmandu is
its capital
It Papal capes
13 Death
14 Edible tuber
16 Engraver's
machine
16 Abstrsct being
17 Strong
vegetable
19 Tree fluid
20 Monopolize
22 Russian
wolfhound
25 Month (b.)
26 Roman date
30 Lease
3 1 Scourge
32 Against
33 Grafted (her )
34 One who
(suffix)
35 Rocky peak
38 Require
3D Alias Mount
is the
world's
highest
42 Exclamation
45 Asiatic nation
40 Prohibit
49 Prostrate
51 Kind of creed
53 Mountain
crests
54 Designated-
55 Foundations
56 British Malays
was formed
from the
Federated
Malaya s
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excessively

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3 Flying
mammals
4 Note in
Guido's scale
5 River in
Montana
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element (pi.)
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9 Bewildered
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secretion
12 Ballads
13 Sag
18 Anger
20 All
21 Taciturn
22 Brazilian
macaws

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23 Church fast
. season
24 Poker stake
27 Native of
Denmark
Z8 Royal Italian
family hame
29 Outbuilding
35 Canvas
shelters
36 Order (ab.)
37 Driving lines

40 Climbing
plants
41 Goes by
steamer
42 Nomad
43 Goddess
44 Mimics
46 Greek letter
47 Dill 1
48 Interpret
50" Summer (Fr.)
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For Fine Dining; and a Good Show
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Panama's wonderful fiesta! little Carnival
NEXT SATURDAY, AUG. 23 in the PATIO
QUEEN RITA I and her gay court presiding
with the rhythms of two orchestras for
continuous dancing! Admission $1.00
It's more tun In costume plan vours now!

Child Who Survived
Crash In Lyba
Arrives In London
LONDON (UPI) Little Anthea
Lycett, who survived the crash
of an airliner in Lihya which took
36 lives, arrived in London Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night with her foster.father
for treatment of her injuries.
Anthea, now 4, was put up for
adoption by her mother, Ldy
Diasa Miller of Salisburgh, South Southern
ern Southern Rhodesia, who said she "no
longer held any love for the child.
The child was adopted by
wealthy Rhodesian insurance brok broker
er broker Michael Lycett and his wife.
Mrs. Lycett was taking Anthea
to England for a visit when their
Central African airways plane
crashed near Bens'imi T.ih

; Saturday. Mrs. Lycett was killed!

iyceu was on an expedition on
the Zambesi River and went to
Benghazi when informer) nt it..

crash. Anthea suffered a broken

eiDuw ana severe .burns.
Lycett was by her side Wednes Wednes-day
day Wednes-day night when the child wag
taken from the nlm in .

tr.

"She belongs to me and no one
else, he said.

By MARY PRIME
NEW YORK (UPI) The na nation's
tion's nation's jewelers make It hard lor
us gfrls lo get better acquainted

with our "best friends.
This week more than 15,000 jtw-j
elers from across the country se'
out an exhibit of at least three-!
million dollars' worth of diamond j
It was part of a lOmillion-doUat
display of gems at the annual cor.
vention of the Retail Jeweler of!
America.
But' try getting chummy with alii
that ice when it's surrounded by j
glass, Pinkerton guards, and price
tags marked up $350,000.
The stones are for sale, but
most customers settle for the we
can-dream-can't-we approach.
"About 5,000 is the highest any anyone
one anyone pays for jewelry at a conven convention.
tion. convention. Most people go to a show showroom
room showroom where they, can look and
then think It ovef fo itiont.is,"
said a spokesman for the exhibit.
Even shoplifters look but don't
touch the expensive gems, said a
detective.
Most thefts are of lower priced
articles such as desk sets and ra
dios. Small wonder, because the
jewelry is guarded by five armed
detectives, 45 other guards and
two plainclothesmen.
Most expensive item In the
show, a huge pear shaped dia diamond,
mond, diamond, ring valued at $350,000 was
removed by the owner becau.sa the
firm had "Tiffany jitters" a case
of nerves brought on by the re-

cent robbery of the Tiffany Jew Jew-;
; Jew-; elry Store on Manhattan's Fifth
j Avenue.

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Vacation Time Chit-Chat

By Fairlee Skinner

Maybe the firm had a point. A

stroll through isles of glitter jould
whet appetites for such gems as
$90,000 chocker containing dia diamonds
monds diamonds totaling 90 carats, includ including
ing including 25 pear-shaped pendants; or a
$5,000 topaz, said to be the lit litest
est litest heart shaped topaz in the
world-3,000 carats and too heavy
to.be worn.
For men, there was a watch
callejn "The Golfer," built into a
beltbuckle. The palladium modei
was priced at $225.
There even was "his and hers"
jewelry-roses centered with dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, one to be worn as a man's
tie tack or lapel pin, and the oth
er as a woman's clip.
Also on hand were palladium
suspenders and garters set will
diamond initials and priced at
$600.
And while we're dreaming, how
aboutNHis cocktail snaaerrlMarte
of palladium, it was studded with
20 diamonds and 20 rubies and
had a miniature alarm deck
which tells how long to stir cocktails.

TWA HONORS STEWARDESS
LONDON (UPI) -Trans-World
Airlines today awarded lis
"oscar" for outstanding service to
passengers to Pauline Beart, 22, a
pretty English girl who serves oil
airliners operating between Ner
York and Los Angeles. The Crey
don, England, girl who now lives

in Kansas City, Mo., was tha ilrst
Briton to get tha award.

South won the opening diamond
with the queen and laid down the
queen of clubs. Virgil Anderson Jr.
of Springfield, Mo., who sat East
let that card hold and won the
next lead of that suit.
Virgil saw no future id a dia diamond
mond diamond return at this point. Even
though his partner should hold
the ace or king .the suit could
never be established. Virgil also
noted that there was only one en entry
try entry for dummy's clubs and that
maybe if he knocked that out de declarer
clarer declarer could no gather in nine
tricks.
Accordingly Virgil played the
king of hearts. This play consti constitutes
tutes constitutes the rare Deschapelles Coup
named after Guillaume Descha Deschapelles,
pelles, Deschapelles, the great French Whist
and Chess player of the 19th
century.
South won the ace of hearts
There was no point holding off
as Virgil would simply continit"
the suit. He led a third club and
West let a diamond go.
Virgil led a spade which South
won with the ace. Smith's next
play was to cash the heart Queen
and West came through with a
brilliant olay of his own. He drop drop-pel
pel drop-pel the jack of hearts.
If he failed to make that play
he would have been thrown in with
that card and forced to lead un
to the spades. As it was. South'?
last chance for the hand had gonn
glimmering.
4

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North EaSt Seuth Wm
1 Pass 2 Pa!s
J Pass
You, South, hold'
2 VAK 86S.12 A KOI
'What-do yo i? W I
A-Slnce your partner can
raise clubs without an honer a
with a bid of three hearts.
I TODAVS QUESTION
Your partner bids three spades
over your three hearts. What do
..you do now

Last Thursday night, a "going
away" party was given for Fred
Dube. He left the next day
for Lackland Air Air Force Base
where ha will complete his boot
training.
The party was supposed to be a
surprise party to Fred and a

, friend had gone to a (ho not
! knowing anything about it and aft.
I er the guests had assembled,
Fred's sister, Agnes, called the
I theater and had Fred sent home
immediately.
However, the party was not quite
j a complete lurpriae because when
Fred drove up he recognized a
'few o' the cars parked on the
! street. Moving pictures were taken
; as Fred entered and of the group
I present by Fred's father.

Mixed sodas, potato chips pea
nuts, johnny mosetti, cake, ect.
was served and hungrily devoured.
Games were played and ld'er the

kids danced. The cake was really
beautiful. It was in the form of a
large airplane with the wheels
made out of cake, the propellers
were made out o' pie crust, plus
the rest of the plane being cake.
It was made at the Army and
Navy Club at Amador.

Those attending were: Kay Flow
ers, Agnes Quinn, Sharon DeVor,
Irene Michallis, Peggy Morgan,

and this columnist. Also Dick
Wright, Barton Scott, George Can Can-by,
by, Can-by, Gene White. Boh Sanders, Sk
per Rowley. Jeff Kline, and of
course, Fred.
Speaking of parties, another
party was greatly tnjoyad on
Friday evening. Tha eccassion
was the celebration of Mercedes
Lus Clart Arias birthday.
The party was formal and was
held upstairs at the Union Club in
Panama. The ballroom was deco decorated
rated decorated with pink banners to which
were attached pastel-colored ba ba-loons.
loons. ba-loons. The table, upon which sat
the lovelv birthday cake, was a.

domed with 15 little doll ill dres dressed,
sed, dressed, in blue. And of course, blue
happened to be the color o' the
hostess's gown which, by the way,
was perfectly, gorgeous.
The dancing, music was furnish
j ed by a most competent dance

I band and the cha cha cha, merin merin-que,
que, merin-que, tamborito, etc. were danced
j all night with great enthusiasm.
There were approximately 225
guests and the girls certainly did
a.A.j. I U t DiRim tan'f fir K.

hind when it comes to styles and
fashions because many of the
girls wore trapeze dresses, all
kinds of chemises, balloon dress dresses,
es, dresses, etc. Mercedes was a most
beauti'ul and gracious hostess and
a good time was had by all of us.
Jean Loawler. better known

as "iHerVi MhifBerf a few week

age from tha States and she wet
telling me that she has decided
to attend Junior College here for
two years instead of going to
collage in tha States as she had
previously planned to do.

evening, Saturday, Jack married
Dee Selby at St. Luke's Cathedral
inxAncon.
Mary Hebert, the president of
the Class of 1958, leabes here In a
few days and will go, to Louisiana
where she will attend college. Ma
ry plans to be a teacher.

It seems that every where I
look I see Ronnie- Valentine in
his little green car, er Jack Hern
riding his meter bike ell ever
town. That reminds me, whet do
you think of Art O'Ltary's new
aqua Thunderbird? Mmmmm.
He'll be the envy of Balboa High
School, but what fun It will be
Monday night was "spaghetti
nigth" at the Army and Navy Club
at Fort Amador and somehow, 1
kinda think that a lot of people
like spaghetti! Anyway, several
kids there that were enjoying their
dinner were: Judy Flennlttken; Ja
net Tribe, Dick Wright, -Linda
Drum. Chris Hearon, JoAnn So So-rell
rell So-rell Bob Wills, Jeannine Uricins,
Ed Scott, Harold Sorell, Linda SI
korski, Beverly Smith, Joyce Huf
Amy Mauldin, Kay Sergeatn, and
Doug Sikorskl..

. A small request to finish this
of., if you know anyotte who has
gone to or anyone who is goinf
i to Radford College in Virginia
would you please call me at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 7348 and let me know. Thank
loads! Until next week.

mencan

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Answer Monday

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NAMED BY IKE Bertha S.
Adkins, above, has been nomi nominated
nated nominated by President Eisenhower
to be Uudersecretary of Health,
Education and Welfare. At
present assistant chairman of
the Republican National Com Committee,
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DORESE WA1TES
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Reopening Sept. 4th
Beelnner Intermediate -Advanced
classes far children of
all ages
Registration August
28-29-30
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Knfghts of Columbus Hall
Balboa

Charlotte Herr is working as a
student assistant In the summer
recreation program of the Division
of Schools. Charlotte leaves for
college and the States on Sept. 3.
She plans to attend Srping'ield Co
lege in Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Marion Smith of Curundu has
announced her engagement to Bert
Cheseldine of Washington, D. C.
They will be married at Sacred
Heart Chapel on Saturday, Sept.
27. After the wedding they will
leave for Washington, D. C, where
they will make their home. Con Congratulations
gratulations Congratulations Marion (She is a
fellow graduate!)
Becky Esser of Ancon left last

in New York, Missnesota, and
week to vacation with her parents
; North Dakota. In the fall Becky
j will enter Mt. Holyoke College in
South Hadley, Massachuetts, where
she will be a Junior.

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Friday night a stag party was
held for Jack Hammond at the
Pedro Miguel Boat Club. The next

By OAYNOR MADDOX
NBA Food and Markets Edi!or
Meat-eitl'er specially cooked or
left over is the base for main
eourse summertime aspic dishes.
They can be made in the cool cooler
er cooler earlier hours o' the day, then
served without worry for the sum summer
mer summer night dinner.
We particularly like this vea
loaf recipe.
Jtlliet Veal Loaf ( servings)
One 3-pound boned veal rump,
4 cups water, 1 onion sliced, 1
celery stalk and leaves, 2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons dried basil, 3 bay leaves,
W teaspoon peppercorns, 1 table
spoon mixed pickling spice, 2 en envelopes
velopes envelopes unfavored gelatin, 3 ta.
blespoon mixed pickling spice, J
envelopes unflavored gelatin, 3 ta
blespoons finely chopped papsjey.
Put veal in saucepan with tisfftt tisfftt-fitting
fitting tisfftt-fitting cover. Add water,, onion,
celery, mOnosodium.TBltamate,
salt, basil, bay leaves, pepper peppercorns
corns peppercorns and pickling spice. Cover:
bring to boil. Reduce heat and
simmer 2 hours. Remove vel;
chill. Strain broth; chlf; skim
off solidified fat. Reserve 1 cup,
broth. Measure remaining broth.
Boil to reduce to 3 cups, if nec necessary.
essary. necessary. Soften gelatin In reserved
cold broth. Add to the hot broth;
stir until gelatin is dissolved. Chill
until mixture is slightly thicker
than the consistency of unbeaten
egg white. While mixture is chill chill-in?,
in?, chill-in?, cut veal into julienne strips.
Fold 'o;il and ehnnnri narilv in.

'to chilled gelatin mixture. Turn

inio x4xzv2- inch loaf pan. Chill
until firm. Serve with Caper Sauce.
Caper Sauca
One bottle (2 1-4 ounces) capera,
1 cup mayonnaise, 2 teaspoons
lemon juice, J.8 teaspoon Tabasco.
Drain liquid from capers into
mayonnaise. Add lemon juince and
Tabasco; stir until smooth. Add
capers; serve with jellied veal
loaf.
Iced Tea
To a glass of cold tap water
add a rounded teaspoon of in instant
stant instant powdered tea product and
stir. Add ice, sugar and lempn
to taste.

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Lynwood. Calif., maker of a com complete
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valves.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1951
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Teamsters Accused Of Terror Tactics,
Flaming Death Of Unionist Kierdorf

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'"Stop telling m to pull in my stomach, Edith I'
been doing iust thatl"

MSGT. SAMUEL C. BLASINGAME of the Personnel Section
of the U.S. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick,, receives the
Oath of Enlistment from Lt. Col. Carlos Beances-Ramirez, the
head of the School's Technical Department in the ceremony held
at Ft. Gulick. Blasingame has completed his tour in the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command and has been reassigned with U.S. Army ROTC
Instructor Group at St. Louis, Missouri, with duty In the Kansas
City High School System. (U.S. Army Photo).

Joel McCREA and Virginia MAYO Star in
Exciting Western Picture:
"THE TALL STRANGER"
Release TOMORROW ,Sunday and Monday at
the "DRIVE IN" Theatre.

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Virginia Mayo, one of the screen's loveliest and most
talented actresses, is starred with Joel McCrea in Allied
Artists' outdoor action drama, "THE TALL STRANGER,"
opens tomorrow, Sunday and Monday.
The picture, filmed in CinetnaSoope and color by De
Luxe, relates the adventures of a wagon train of settlers
that is heading west to open up new lands but finds itself
trapped In a valley of death. McCrea Is "THE TALL
STRANGER" who rides into the middle of a shooting war
and tries to aid the settlers.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
rackets investigators accused
James R. Hoffa's giant Teamster
Union today of a "Pattern'' o(
srson and other terror tactics
which might explain the recent
"human torch" death of a union
official in Michigan.
Committee chairman John L.
McClellan (D-Ark.) made the com comment
ment comment after the group heard testi testimony
mony testimony that teamster elements fi financed
nanced financed by Hoffa's own Detroit lo
cal supported a violencr marked
hotel workers' strike in Indianap Indianapolis
olis Indianapolis in 1955-56.

Several witnesses gave ac

counts of arson, dynamiting at

tempts, threats and a beating in
the Indianapolis dispute as Hoifa
made his fifth appearance in the
witness chair in two' weeks.
Hoffa testified that his Detroit
Local 29 gave destitute sister Lo Local
cal Local 135 in Indianapolis $125,000 in
1954 to keep employers from "tak "taking
ing "taking advantage of it" and to p.ive it
"stability in the community."
Gene San Soucie, president of
135, was described in other testi testimony
mony testimony as having offered to settle
the Indianapolis hotel strike in
December, 1955, and end the vio violence
lence violence if the employer involved
would force all his workers to sign
union cards.
Hoffa also said he loaned $8,000
from his own resources in 1954
to David Probstein, operator of
the State Cab Co., in Indianapolis,
on Sam Soucie's recommendation.
Probstein vanished in 1955 under
what have been called "mysteri

ous circumstances.
After Hoffa told about the fi

nancial transactions, committee

chief counsel Robert F. Kennedy
called other witnesses to tell about

the hotel strike and how it was

run by Gus Zapas, a bartenders'
union official with a long crim criminal
inal criminal record.
Kennedy said the testimony was
of interest in light of the death
last week of Teamsters' business
agent Frank Kierdorf, of Flint,
Mich.
McClellan said he saw a "pat

tern in tne reports oi arson in
Indianapolis and police suspicions

that Kierdorf died of burns suf suffered
fered suffered while putting the torch to a

Flint, Mich., dry cleaning plant.
The Indianapolis situation jn

volved Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nose-

da, a middle aged couple who op operate
erate operate the Sherfield Inn, and Mor

ris Cohen, owner of a produce
company which supplied them.

Mr. and Mrs. Noseda said that

during a 19-rhonth strike called by
Zapas in June, 1955. thev were

threatened, their dishwasher was

badly beaten, and phosphorous
crystals were throni on the hotel
rpof in an abortive arson -attempt.

Cohen said his office and one of

his trucks were burned by arson

ists. Another truck was nearly
ruined when shellac was poured

into the motor, Cohen said.

He testified these acts followed

warnings by "two heavy-set fol

lows" to stop delivering fruit an 1

vegetables to the struck hotel. He

said he continued the deliveries,

because "I just didn't feel like be-

ine intimidated.'

Mrs. Noseda said four sticks of

dynamite were thrown on bet
doorstep but didn't explode.
Her husband said San Soucie
told him the violence would end
and he could write his own con contract
tract contract term if he would agree to
require all employes to join
Papas' union.

CHUCKLE HEAD

HELP YOURSELVES KIDS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) A

truck car accident here forced lo

cal police to make out two sepa.
rate reports.
The first was quite routine. The

second was written after some 20

niohhnrhnnd children opened

door o' the ice cream truck and

helped themselves.
ONE KEY IS ENOUGH

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)-Onr

kev to a city is apparently a

that cowboy star Roy Rogers can

handle at one time.

The actor who is honorary

mavor of his home town of Chats

worth, Calif. asked Milwaukee
Mayor Frank Zeidler in a letter

not to give him key. to Mil

waukee when he arrives today to

perform at the Wisconsin S t t e

Fair.

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Attorney Harry Leimbatk by

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 115
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CZ. Teeners Eliminated In Another Extra

PAGE EIGHT

Inning Contest

- , 1

Gary Ness Strikes Out 11
As Team Goes Down 3-1

The Canal Zone Teener All-Star reluctantly
turned over their title as champions yesterday when
they were defeated, 3-1, by Lenoir, N.C., in a tight
eight-inning game.
Gary Ness was the losing pitch nia Harvey of Balboa and Fred
er allowing five hits, while he Kayburn of the Atlantic side (ama (ama-struck
struck (ama-struck out 11 and walked one man. teur radio operators) lor tne
The Canal Zone boys had two er constant help tney gave by relay

rors. Watson was the winning
pitcher for the Lenoir team, giv.-
ing up seven hits and striking out
eieht also. He walked one man.
His team had one error.
The Canal Zone was home team
and action began at 2 p.m. Imthe
first inning, Lenore made their

first run on one Panama error. InJAmarati, ss

a run and the seven innings endJ
in a tie 1-1.
However in their half of the ex extra
tra extra inning, Lenore came out the
victor, scoring two unearned
runs on a hit and an error. This
eliminated the Canal Zone team
from the tournament, but they
will stay on as guests of Hershey
to watch the championship games
today between Lenoire, and Bos.
iier City, La.
They will leave Hershey Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning by bus to travel to
Washington, D. C. Their flight
leaves Washington at 1 a.m. Sun Sunday
day Sunday arriving in Miami at 4 a.m.
The last leg of the journey back
to the Isthmus begins when they
leave Miami Sunday morning at
10 a.m. They are scheduled to
afternoon at 3.
Although the team will not bring
back the coveted trophies, the
fine record they made while play playing:
ing: playing: on exhibition tour and in the
tournament is commendable. A to.
tal of 16 games were played with
one tie, three losses (all by close
margins and two in overtime
games) and 12 wins. The parents
of the boys on the team and the
wives of manager Irl Sanders and
coach Bob Ness were profuse in
their thanks today to Mrs. Virgi-
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA
6:15 ti 8:00
"JAMBOREE"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Fred Astalre Red Skelton
'THREE LITTLE WORDS"
Re-Issue!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace
THE DEVILS HAIRPIN
In VistaVlslon
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"ATOMIC CITY"
OAMBOA 7:00
Ray Milland Barry Jones
"THE SAFECRACKER"
GATUN
Henrv Fonda
7:00
Anthony Perkins
THE TIN STAR"
in VistaVision!
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:00
Allan Freed
"MR. ROCK AND ROLL"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"HURRICANE SMITH"
PARAISO 7:00
"RUNNING WILD' and
"WAR ARROW"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Francis In The Navv"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"THE VAMPIRE"
and "BURNING ARROWS"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
June Allyson Rossano Brazzi
''INTERLUDE"
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ing the results of each game and;
how the boys played. j

Line ups:
Panama:
Player
Rathgeber, cf
Pearl, If

Ab H
4 0
4 1
3 1
4 0;
4 2
3 1
3 2
2 0
2 0
1 0
Ab H
4 1;
3 0
3 0
4 1'
3 1'
3 0
3 II
3 1
3 0

C. Ness, p
Lutz, lb
Cotton, c
Pajak, 3b
Klipper, 2b
Swarzrock, 2b
Ltneir:
Pliytr
Abel, 3b
Cannon, If
Story, 2b
Early, lb
Hatton, ss
McDonald,
Sumlin, cf
Cibbs, c
Watson, p
rf
Unbeaten Bossier City, La. and
once-defeated Lenoir, N.C., fight
al Baseball ChammonshiD.
The North Carolinians won the
right to go into the finals yester yesterday
day yesterday by edging out the Panama
Canal Zone, 3-1, in extra innings.
Panama, the defending champions,
were thus eliminated because it
was their second loss in the double-elimination
competition.
Because of Bossier City's1 clean
slate of three consecutive wins in
the five days of play, Lenoir would
have to win both morning and af afternoon
ternoon afternoon games to capture the title
at the Hershey Stadium. The Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana team needs only the morn morning
ing morning game under its belt to wrap
up the championship.
Rocky CoSavito
Sensational In
Pitching Debut
CLEVELAND, Ohio
T T 1 .1 1
(UPn
ne couian t save th pam .mi
game and
he couldn't halt the losine strpak
but all hands agreed today Clevt-I
land Indians' outfielder Kocky
Colavito was nothing sort of sei.
sauonal in his big league pitch
ing debut.
Flame thrower Rocky, who
makes the crowd "ooh" with nisi
rocket returns from the oulfie'd.i
was called in to relieve Wednes
day night with the Indians trail-!
ing, 2.1, in the seventh inning ol
their nightcap with Detroit.
There were runners on second
and third and none out. From;
there until the, finish Colaviioj
pitched hitless ball, although hp
walked three batters in the three
innings and balked once.
Peru's Olmedo
May Represent
US In Davis Cup
NEWPORT, R. I. (UPI)- For
the first -time in history a foreign foreigner
er foreigner Alex Olmedo of Peru nay
represent the United States in Da.
vis Cup tennis competition, it was
learned today.
Perry Jones, non-playing cap
tain of the U. S. team, gave tne
tip-off on this possibility wher it
was disclosed he has asked Olme-
do and Ham Richardson of Arling.
ton, Va., to play as a team 111
next week's national doubles
I championship at Chestnut Hill,
J Mass.
The request, which was agreed
to. was taken to mean Jones is
thinking of using Olmedo and
Richardson as the doubles cont-
' bine when (he U. S. team invades
j Australia in December.
Olmedo, a Peruvian who 'ives
I in Los Angeles and attends the
University of Southern California,
is eligible for the U. S team un.
tier the regulation requiring Ihreo
years residence, lie is reigr.ing
U. S. Intercollegiate champion nv I
has been improving rapidly in
tournaments this year.
I V O L I

VICTORIA
15c.
TIIF LONG WAIT
with Anthony yuinn
STRANGER IN
THE HORSE
With Joel McCrea
MARCIANO Vs.
MOORE FIGHT

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BANK! $125.00
GUNS MOKE
with Audle Murphy
KISS OF KIRK
with Jack Palanre
Barbara Rush

LEADING
HITTERS
(Btd on :5 fficl.l it bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

G AB R H Pet.
Asburn, Phi.
Mays, S. F.
Musial, St. L.
Aaron, Mil.
Skinner. Pit.
Dar, Chi.
108 436 70 147 .337
111 443 80 148 .334
106 372 54 124 .333
112 447 87 145 .324
107 398 74 128 .322
97 390 44 124 .318
115 461 91 43 .310
Banks, Chi.
1 Cepeda. S. F.
110 445 65 S8 .310
Walls, Chi
114 450 73 137 .305
110 420 72 123 .293
Thomas,
Pit.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Runnels, Bos. 105 403 4 132
328
324
324
.324
319
314
Kuenn, Det.
Cerv, K. C.
Goodman Chi.
Power, Clev.
Williams, Bos.
101 408 54 132
103 383 70 124
79 299 33 97
107 429 73 137
103 322 66 101
107 397 72 124 .312
96 ,327 56 101 .309
112 403 66 124 .308
115 465 67 142 .306
111 386 91 118 .306
iSiebern', N. Y.
Jensen, Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Mantle, N. Y.
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Walls, Cubs
35
29
25
25
23
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
:3
33
32
29
26
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Anderson, Phillies
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
97
88
75
72
69
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Colavito, Indians
Mantle, Yankees
10!
86
82
74
72
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 10
NATIONAL
decisions)
LEAGUE
, W
Pet.
.700
.700
.652
.650
.650
Grissom,. Giants
Wifley, Braves
Spahn. Braves
Semproach, Phillies
Purkey, Redlegs
7
7
15
13
13
AMERICAN LEAGUE
1 Jiuriey, xanKees
m 1 ir t
17
10
9
9
8
.773
.769
.750
.750
.727
j neu
1 Hyde,
senators
Moore.
Ditmar
I
White Sox
Yankees
Ortega, Crawford
Must Meet Again
To Earn Title Shot
NEW YORK (UPI)- Managing
director, Harry Markson of the In
ternatiohal Boxing Club said tnuay
Gaspar Ortega and Mickey Craw Crawford
ford Crawford probablv will have to ir.eet
for a third time before either gets
a crack at Virgil Akins' welter welterweight
weight welterweight championship.
Ortega and. Crawford both
screamed for a shot at Akins art.,
er Wednesday night's unpopular
10 round draw at Madison Square
Garden but Markson wasn't im.
pressed.
w.,.r
i r"
Ortega, No. 1 ranking
weignt contender, resorted to a
persistent body attack that turned
ninth-ranked Crawford's m i 1 kj
white skin into an uglv purple
Crawford opened Ortega's right
eye in the early rounds and kept
it bleeding throughout the entiiv
fight.
The referee and judges voted as
if they had been watching two dif different
ferent different bouts. Judge (Bill Rerht
voted for Ortega, 7.3, and Judge
Joe Eppy gave it to Crawford, M.
Referee Barney Felix created nn
draw by calling it 4.4-2 on a
rounds basis and 5-5 on points.
The United Press International
called it R 3-1 in favor of Ortega
and a poll of
.
ringside newsmen
showed six
favored Ortega, wo
picked Crawford and one voted a
draw.
TODAY ENCANTO
25
AT 9:00 P.M.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
ON THE SCREEN
A GREAT DOUBLE
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DAY OF THE
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DESERT LEGION
with Alan Lctdd

Braves Acquaint Red legs New
Manager With Facts Of Life

Nacional, Marlboro Win
Panama Basketball Games

SERIES STANDINGS
W L Pes.
Nacional
Marlboro
Cerveza Balboa
Kent
3 0 1.000
.667
.333
.000
Wednesday's Results
Nacional 88 Kent 67
Marlboro 77 Cerveza Balboa 72
By VICTOR GRAY
I Led by Arturo Agard and player-coach
Eugenio Luzcando Jr.,
pace-setting Nacional Wednesday,
experienced very little difficulty in
downing the cellar-dwelling Kent
quintet by a score of 88 to 67.
The game started out rather slow
with Kent matching the Giants
basket for basket, and their &tar
Bobby Christopher all set to have
one of his outstading nights.
With the game less than 12 min minutes
utes minutes old, little Bobby had racked
up a total of 15 points, butat this
time, the Nacional board of strate strategy
gy strategy (Luzcando father and son) de decided
cided decided to remove the veteran Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso Frazer, against whom the tow tow-head
head tow-head from Flamenco Island was
running wild; substituting him
with Lucho Ardines.
The result was that the Kent
mainstay was subdued and Nacio Nacional
nal Nacional racked .up win No. 3 of the
series, with every man on the
squad seeing action in the game.
Naciooal's margin at half-time
was 40 to 32.
Christopher wound up his night's
work with a total of 23 points with
team-mate Colley tossing in 21. For

Dressen Says Reappointment
Of Alston May Boost Dodgers
Into First Division This Year

By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Coach
Chuck Dressen said today, "1 d:
lieve the club's reappointment 01
Walt Aht n may boost the
Dougers into the first division, at
least, tnis season."
Dressen, whom many sports
writers nad ngured as the lm.
mediate successor to Manager
Alston, added, "Ol course, it will
ih' a tougn pull but the booxt
to the team's morale may turn
tne trick."
Chuck appeared genuinely
pleased that Alston will D given
a contract lor another year at the
helm of the transplanted Dodgers,
who were in the National League
cellar when the re appointment
was announced Wednesday.
When the large band ol sports
writers entered the suite at the
Statler Hotel Wednesday and saw
Chuck in the natty blue serge
suit, while collar and tie on one
side of the con.erence room and
gray-suited Alston in white sports
sweater on the other side they
tnrouSht for sure they heard the
I whizzing of the axe.
Rtuortan Surprised
And when general manager
Buzzie Bavasi, after announcing
changes in the playing hours of
three games, said that in view of
Whatever
Happened to
Charley Robertson
Charley Robertson, then a right.
'm ,,v' v P'lvnti 1U1 IIIC 1 lilt df I)
whit sv T
i. 7i ill' K"?" ZtZ" 8"-. ..
30, 1922, not a batter reaching
first base. There were none other
in the major leagues until Don
Larsen of the Yankees did it
against the Dodgers in the 1958.
World Series. Robertson was a
major leaguer for eight seasons,
live with the White Sox, one with
he IBrowns and two with Boston s
National League club. Despite nis
yriini vame, mere never was ?
season in which he won more than
he lost.
Whatever happened to Charley
Robertson? Now 61, hes is engaged
in the pecan business in Fort
Worth, Tex.
DRIVE-IN1
TODAY
T:ll
rortlLAR NIGHT!
si. 10 1
per CAK!
SKIP HOMR1KR In
Till .H OVER ARIZONA
T
m. m. k Hon.
vmam mmti
I
JOEL McCREA
L VIRGINIA MAYO In

the winners it was Agard and Luz Luzcando
cando Luzcando with 23 apiece.
Marlboro dofoati Beermon
In the afterpiece Cerveza Bal

boa was the victim of one of the
worst breaks when their star for
ward Edgardo "Pereza" White
was forced to leave the game early
in the second half, on account of
personal fouls. Marlboro with Em
mett Bryant at his best, took ad
vantage of the opportunity to eke
out a 77 to 72 decision over their
perennial nemesis.
Bryant was tne whole show in
the Marlboro victory, as the other
members of the Colon squad, des
pue emerging victorious, piaved a
brand of basketball for below their
usual standard. Despite the close
ness of the score, the game in
itself left very much to be desired
as both clubs failed to click.
The colorful airman from Al
brook sank a totoal of 38 points.
Bryant gave the large corwd a
real show as he dribbled his way
inrough to score on various oc
casions, and on others he just stood
near center court and let loose
with his lethal jump shot. "Show
man sianea tne second quarter
wan lour personals called against
him and he skillfully evaded con
tact for the rest of the contest to
help his team to win that bi one
ana Keep its hopes hve in secur
ing us secono consecutive cham championship.
pionship. championship. For the losing Cerveza Balboa.
DeLeon with 17 points, Davie with
16 and White with 15 were the
outstanding players. Schecduled for
Saturday night is Cerveza Balboa
vs Kent in the opener, while Marl
boro still endeavors to pull "ven
with Nacional in the nightcap.
the Dodgers' "atrocious" 9 3
beating by th Cubs Tuesday Tuesday-night,
night, Tuesday-night, it was time to decide who
will manage the club the sports
writers were sure of the axe axe-whiz.
whiz. axe-whiz. Then Bavasi surprised the news
men by stating: "My choice is
Walt Alston, and always has eben.
And he wants his coaches to con continue
tinue continue with him next season. He
and the coaches will be back in
the '59 season."
No new contract had been
signed, Bavasi said, because the
reappointment had been decided
uopn only a few hours be. ore the,
announcement.
Plan Youth Movement
The manager and the coaches
will remain lor another season,
but many of the players will not,
Bavasi stressed, particularly the
older players. A youth movement
will start this season, just as soon
a Dodger farm clubs finish their
'58 campaigns and their most
promising youngsters can be
brought into Los Angeles
"youngsters with speed and
hustle."
New men who may be brought
in at the close of the '58 minor minor-league
league minor-league campaigns include out.
fielder Don Miles and third base baseman
man baseman Al Norris of the Victoria,
Tex., club; outfielder Frank How Howard
ard Howard and third baseman Earl Rob Robinson
inson Robinson of Green Bay, Wis.; south southpaw
paw southpaw pitcher Bobby Giallombardi
of Montreal; outfielder Ron Fairly
of Des Moines, la., and third
baseman Dick Gray of St. Paul,
Minn.
Group Trying To Bet
100 G's That Harris
Defeats Patterson
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Ex-ten-nis
star Gene Mako and a group
of wealthy friends were convinced
today the Las Vegas odds of 7-1 J
lavoring floyd Patterson over
Roy Harris were "strictly for the
birds."
Mako, former national doubles
champion, and his associates were
still trying to bet $100,000 that
Harris wins the heavyweight title
from Patterson at Wrigley Field
Monday night.
Arid they were willing to wager
their one hundred grand against
$500,000. They were not asking
that Patterson supporters follow
the Las Vegas line and put up
$700,000.
When sports writers called cer certain
tain certain prominent sportsmen in Las
Vegas and asked if they had
heard of the Mako offer, they said
they had but that no one in Las
Vegas handles beta W that size.

By FRID DOWN
NEW YORK, Aug. 15. (UPI) -Pitcher
Joey Jay and the Milwau.
kee Braves Wasted no time intro introducing
ducing introducing Jimmy Dykes to the iacts
of life for a manager of the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs.
Dykes, who succeeded Birdie
Tebbetts yesterday, escaped tht
embarrassment of suf.ering a ao.
hit defeat by only one single last
night when the Braves spoiled his
deouit with a 3.0 victory. Jay yield'
ed only a sixth.ihning single to

Jerry Lynch for eight innings
and Warren Spahn pitched the
ninth after the 6-foot, 4-inch Mil.
waukee rookie issued his eighth
walk to lead off the frame frame-Thus,
Thus, frame-Thus, Dykes was introduced to
the fact that probably led more
than anything else to his prede predecessors'
cessors' predecessors' lailures the Redlegs just
can't beat the Braves. The wond
champions whipped 'em 18 times
in 22 meetings last season and last
night's victory made the r58
count, 11-3.
Jay, the National League's
"player of tho month" in July,
struck out four bitters as no
notched his vtnth win against
Ifour losses.
Bill Bruton homered for the
Braves' first run, in the first inn.
ing and Wes Covington's triple
and an error made it 2-0 in the
second. Roy McMillan's error and
Del Grandad's single built the lead
to 3-0 in the eighth. Don Niw Niw-combe
combe Niw-combe suffered his 11th defeat a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst two victories. J
The win restored the Braves'
lead over the idle second place
Pittsburgh Pirates to six games
and left them 6 V 'ahead -of the
third.place San Francisco Giants
who beat the St. Louis Cardinal.
4.3, in an afternoon game. The Los
Angeles Dodgers downed the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs, 7-3, in the other W.L.
game.
In the American League, the
runaway New York Yankees wall walloped
oped walloped the Boston Red Sox, 8-2, Vic
Power's second steal of home
gave the Cleveland Indians a 10.9
triumph oyer the Detroit Tiyeu
and the Chicago White Sox defeat defeated
ed defeated the Kansas City Athletics, 5-2.
Willie Mays snapped a 2-2 tie
with an eighth-inning homer and
Orlando Cepeda doubled home ah.
other tally to lead the Giants to
their victory over St. Louis. John
ny Antonelli won his 13th game
although 41-year old Marv Gris Grissom
som Grissom went, in to retire the last bat
ter in the ninth. Daryt Spencer aj
so homered for the Giants.
Pitcher Don Drysdale and out.
fielder Duke Snider paced the
Dodgers' lO.hit attack with round
trippers that helped hand Jou.iny
Briggs his third loss. Drysdal,
was lifted in the eighth inning hut
got credi' for his seventh win com
pared to 11 defeats. Ernie Banks
had three hits for the Cubs.
Johnny Kucks yielded onlv torn
hits, over the last six innings tc
win his eighth game for the 'n 'n-kees.
kees. 'n-kees. Mickey Mantle was tosaed
out of the game for arguing a ball ball-strike
strike ball-strike decision in the fourth inn.
ing but Tony Kubek's three nus
and two each by Hank Bauer and
Gil McDougald made up for his
absence. Dave Sisler suffered his
sixth loss for Boston.
Power stole home with the bas
es filled in the 10th inning to give
the Indians a win that snapped
the Tigers' five game winning
streak. Power, who also stole
home in the eighth inning, is the
first American Leaguer to per perform
form perform this feat twice in one game
It was done by Joe Tinker of the
1910 Chicago Cubs and Larry
Doyle of the 1911 New York
Giants.
Power's feat lifted Gary Boll
to his seventh win and pinned
the 11th loss of tho -year on
Frank Larry. Rocky Colavito
hit 2 homers and Vic Wartx one
tfor Cleveland while Harvey
Kuenn homered for Detroit.
Ray Moore scattered five hits to
win his ninth game for the White
Sox, who took over sole possession
f second place in the A.L. Luis
Aparicio extended his consecutive consecutive-game
game consecutive-game hitting streak to 12 games
witn two nits and Bubba Phid-ps
knocked in two runs to pace the
White Sox' attack.
Alston To Manage
Dodgers Next Year
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Mar.
ager Waller Alston was set today
for another year at the helm of
the Dodgers, who have been
languishing around fast place in
the National League for most of
the current season.
There had been a great deal of
speculation on the manager s fate
mostly to the effect that he
would be dumped.
But vice president and general
manager E. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi
looled almost everyone Wed.ies-
day when he announced Alston
would be signed for another vear
along with the Dodger coaches.
The coaches include Charley
Dressen, former Brooklyn a n 1
Washington mahager who had
been mentioned as a top prospect
for Alston's job, Greg Mulleavy,
Joe Becker and Al (Rube) Walk,
er, the retired catcher.
PLAY POST SEASON GAME
NEW YORK (UPI) National
league baseball fans in New Yore
will see their favorites when
picked stars from both leagues
meet in a post-season game at
Yankee Stadium Oct. 12. Willie
Mays of San Francisco Will nead
the National League AU.Stars and
Mickey Mantle of the Nw York
Yankees will lead the A.L. team.

Editor: CONRADO

NiTinyi'i in.,..

Tea m
Milwaukee
PitUh.irnk
San Francisco
M. LOUIS
Philadelphia
Chicago
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis at Los Angeles (2 Twin
Chicago at San Francisco (N)
Yesterday's Results
Night Game)
Milwaukee 110 000 010-3 12 1
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 1 2
Jay (7.4), Spahn and Crandall.
Newcombe (2-11) and Bailey.
St. Louis 000 101 0013 8 1
San Francisco 000 001 12x-4 10 0
Muffett 4-5 ), Brosnan and
VJI ecu.
Antonelli
Thomas.
(13-10), Grissom and
Chicago 020 000 010-3 11 1
Los Ansele mi ono m. n ,
BHgg, SoUs-XndeU
neeman, inacKer
r Drysdale (111), Klippiteta, Kipp
LibmeandRoseboro.

M 62 .454 14'A

CZ Government Basketball
Loop To Hold Round-Robin
Tournament Monday Night

o
Next Monday night in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gymnasium, the Canal Zone
Government Basketball League
will feature some of the Canal
Zone's most talented basketball
players in the 1958 Championship
Round-Robin Hoop Tournament.
In a round robin tournament
that will be for the league's 1958
championship, many of the ''old
time" hooD stars will clash with
today's present erop of new hoop
stars mat nave been developed in
the Interscholastic Leacne and th
Elk's Hoop League. All games for
tne tournament will get under way
at 7:00 p.m. with two games per
nigni. ine admission will be free.
In the evening's first game, Mc-
Keowan's Yankees, who copped
the league's reeular wwn rhim.
pionship in a walk away, will be
piuea against BUI Delamater's
Oldsters. At the present time, the
game is rated a tnci.nn
The Yankees' will have a strong
contingent with such veteran hoop hoop-sters
sters hoop-sters as Bucket Bill Young at fbr-
ara accompanied by Owen Suth
eriano, former Balboa High
acnuoi Dasketball star.
At center will be either Fred
Raybourne, former CZJC hoop
star and present No. 2 scorer in
the league, or Charley Norris, an another
other another former BHS basketball star.
At guards the Yankees will have
scrappy Lem KirklanH wKn ni.
ed with Carta Vieja in the Papa-
ma aasnetDau League, and an another
other another big man, 6'4" Seymour Bar Bar-kowitz,
kowitz, Bar-kowitz, of the Balboa High School
faculty. For Delamater's "Old "Oldsters"
sters" "Oldsters" will be that Canal Zone ve veteran
teran veteran hoop star, the able Wally
Trout and Carl Simons, both the
No. 5 and No. 4 scorer in the
league.
Bisons Show Signs
Of Breakino Out 01
-
Int. League Cellar
NEW YORK, Aug. 15 (UPI) -The
cellar-dwelling Buffalo Bisons
showed signs of breaking out of
the basement last night as Dave
Newkirk tossed a three.hitter to
defeat Havana, 3-1.
The victory, Buffalo's Hth in
the last 18 games, moved the Si
sons within a half-game of sev seventh
enth seventh place Havana in the Inter International
national International 1 .pa pup
Luke Easter's 32nd homer and
Ray Noble's lWh paced Newkirk
irt hifi f n, i rf h win r. n i n .t
losses.
Montreal and Toronto, itafuiff
a two-team race for the flag, sufi
lerea aetcats at tne hands or sec
ond division clubs. The Ho.Vals
lost a doubleheader to Richmond,
5 3, and 3 l, while the Maple
Leafs dropped one to Columbus,
6-5. Toronto, in losing, picked up
a half game and now trail Mon
treal by a game and a half.
Kri DTrk nipkaH nn hit inih win
and Jim Bromstad won his 13th
in the double win over Montreal.
Wham my Douglas withstood a late
Toronto rally to gain his 121 li tri
umpn oi me year. ,
In the onlv other same olaved.
Rochester scored twice in the!
piphth innlnp In piIop Mis mi
Dick Ricketts issued five hits in
i- n CT -

winning his 12th game. Ray
Kail's homer accounted for th
runs.
f

SARCEANT

wu 1 now r Mr at t.

11 ll i Dtr M .500 HVa
A i, i 12 Kfn iy 4 62 441 M

Cleveland 'at Chicago
Detroit at Kansas City- (Jf)
Washington at Baltimdre N)
New York at Boston (N) r,
xt Yesterday's Results
New York 300 410 000- 12 i
Boston 101 000 0002 8 1
Mas, Kuckg (8J) afld H r
Ssler (7-6), Fornieles, Byerly,
Kiely and White, Berberet.
Detroit 010 024 002 0- 9 14 2
Cleveland 300 001 050 110 15 2
tS?Jf& Moran' Ur
McLish, Martin, Narleski, Fer Fer-rarese,
rarese, Fer-rarese, Bell (7.6) and Nixon.
Kansas City
Chicago
000 000 0112 5 1
100 004 OOx-5 3 1
c Zffi SS
Daley (2 2) Dickson, Tomanck,
n
9-3) 'nd
Only games scaled.
At this writing, it is reported
that Ray Nickisher wiU have re returned
turned returned from the States in order to
participate in this tournament. He
will be a great aid in making this
first game clash a toss-up.
Rounding out the Oldsters con contingent
tingent contingent will be George Tocherman,
of the Canal Zone Police Force
and the No. 8 scorer in the league
and Will Nickisher, former CZJC
basketball 'star. This game should
definitely hp a hioh .1
the winner having the-
-.s.. uge ,n oeing the favorite
to cop the round-robin tournament.
iKx- 1 In eve,ning's second game,
Abdiel Flynn's Globetrotters will
clash Bob Carlin's Kids. This
game will bring together- some of
the best young basketball players
in the Canal Zone.
For the Globetrotters, starting
at forward will be Bill Joyce, the
leaeue's Nn 19 ..j
Mead, the No. 15 scorer in the
ieague At center will the CZJC
hoop star and member rf
a, s F" VleJfl quintet, Gary
wmXhn.dp- rthe guard Psiti
will be Rprf nvf.fi 1
1.1C2: nlA1 Lombana, th.
.,., snol artist.
Spearheading Ca,-iiv
in t r. 0 ivius quin-
IflMJW! No-1 ?eor-
n..tli 7?: W1U W accom accompanied
panied accompanied at tho fnt.i.,nJ
scorer. At center will k
team's captain, Bob "Bozo" Car Car-'in,
'in, Car-'in, presently the Icini.'. iw
,the Iuard Portions' will
ball star and en mr
- .i,,,,!, aci ap-
py Dick Gayer, who will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Balboa High
Morris, who has proved uncanni uncannily
ly uncannily accurate in recent games with
his one hand jump slot
This
i' "uiMtui U M Well"
fought affair with the outcome be being
ing being a cnmnlete tn. It TV Til t
cently added to the Carlin's 'Kids
squad is 6' 4" "Griyo" Reves th.
lanky scoring forward from the
Narinnal nninini ..f u..
R.-fk 11 r "K rnama
??ke.a,1Le6U. that will give
The Kids an edge in the height
and rebound department.
For thorn rini T. i ..
:r mt uaanetDail
fans who really like to see a high-
tnnrinri ia. 1. h .
f .1 .f "'"-" ""rsf! Drana of bas basketball
ketball basketball where for fh
- 111 01 l IH
over a year the Canal Zone's best
basketball talent will be asseSb asseSb-led
led asseSb-led on one court in a tournament
tnat ShOUld SIVP vnnnr -u
genuine sports thrill. The place:
Kjfflff. ?2?,f,m' Vs9 tirae:
!Monday Nlght' Au- "th at 7 p.m.
1
CZ Athletic Club
Football Meeting
The Canal Zone Athletic Club
will hold a meeting of its 195i
Football team at the Balboa Gum Gum-nasium,
nasium, Gum-nasium, Monday night. August 18.
at 6:00 p.m.
All eligible Athletic Club foot football
ball football team members and prospec prospective
tive prospective ney members should be pre present.
sent. present. To qualify for the team, in individuals
dividuals individuals must have attended ei either
ther either Balboa High School, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School or (he Canal Zone
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PAGE NINI
Parasol Seeks Fourth Consecutive Win Tomorrow
Race Track Graded Entries
IT'S AN IMPROVEMENT

Racetrack Tips Melendez, Kadir, Lobo,
i

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HI. Race 7th Series imp. 7 Fos.
1st RACE OF

1 Lanero
2 Bradomin
3 Colmado
4 Ore Puritp
5 Jack Bit
6 Mar Bravo
7 Julio Verde
J. Jimenez 110
A. Alfaro 10
S. Carvajal 108
B. Baeza 105
I. Talavera 108
A Reyes. 108
F. Hidalgo 110
. ... 7 Fas.
ind RACE OF
lMis Patience J. Tala. 112'
iKge Girl F. Justinia. 102
3-The Squire A. Alfaro 117x
llcachafaV B. Aguirre 113
5-Jar Mai II S. Carvajal 108
n,"Z Van J. Ulloa 110
T-Panicus A. Gonzales 100
Ird "C D" Natives 7 Fgs.
3rd Race fc ONE
G Milord lOOx
B, Baeza 105
A Lourlfss 100k
F Justiniani lOOx
A. Credidio 102
H Gustines 113
1 Takeaway
2 Engaiioso
t ;Pna
4 Chito
5 Blanquita
8 Titita
4th Rata Spoeial Imp.

S Fat. Prse $375.00
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4 Snutntk P Aiiirre
5 iav B"" B B-za 108
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7 Golaio f. PreScoU 110
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A. Cre-lidio 108
A. AKaro m'x -C.
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B. Bieza 10"i -H.
Custines 105 -A.
Gonzales 102 -J.
Jimenez 115 -S
Carvaial 104
2 Tuti Frutl
S-r-Tlon Pastor
4NaranlaTo
5 Ttaniel
8 CarmeHta
TFollelto
8 Miml
9 Blaek Bee
10-rDesiree
G. Milord lOOx
9th Race 1st and 2nd Series Imp. 7
ONE
1 Kadir
2 Bacancito
3 Melendez
4 Mossadeq
5 Gramilla
(t Parasol
7 Lobo
A. Alfaro 107x
A. Credidio 100
G. Milord 107x
A. Alfaro 105x
H. Gustines 102
B. Rieza 13
J. Ulloa 110
10th Race 5th Series Imp. 9 Fgs.
1 Don Lucho
2 Luciano
3 Behader
4 Abolengo
5 Charicleia
6 Geyser
J. Talavera 110
B. Baeza 115
A. Alfaro 105x
J. Ulloa 110
F. Alvarez 105
H. GustineS 110
11th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
1 Coronation Day
2 Nogalino
3 Venganza
J. Tala. 113
J. Ulloa 110
B. Baeza 108
F. Justiniani 102x
A. Credidio 115
F. Hidalgo 105
4 Blue Zulu
5 Joes Fiddl.
8 Tiny Brook

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IT'S STILL TOUGH Even with all those years behind him,
Sammy Snead still body Englishes it and moans when he
misses a putt as he does here with tournament crowd watching.

Purst S4M.00
TH6 DOUBLE

Pool Closes 1:10
.ould pay fat odds 50-1
-Doesn't seem likely 25.1
-Could make it here 5-1
-Jockey will help 2-1
Has beaten better 3-2
Rates good chance 2 1
Could score too 2-1
Puse $400.00
Pool Closts 1:30
THE DOUBLE
-Could be up;eiter
-Nothing in ages
-Form indicates
-Better this week
rHard to beat now
Dangerous contender
-Early speed only
4.1
25-1
32
5-2
3.2
5.1
5 1
Purse S425.00
TWO
Pool Closes 2:00
Distance to liking
-Apparently improved
-Would surprise
-Should be runnerup
-Ran well in last
-Excluded from be'ting
41
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Pool Closes 4:40
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-Could, make it now 31
-Always c'ose up 4.1
-Form indicates 2-1
-Jockey should help 3-1
-Pn'es good chwee too 4-1
-Not good enough 4ft 1
-rioen't seem likplv 20-1
-Would nav nice price in 1
Early speed only 251
Pure $1,000
TWO
Pool Closes 5:15
Consistent performer
Last was terrible
Ixves runnprup snot
Lacks early speed
Would surprise
Should score easily
Vastly improved
5 1
10-1
5 2
15 1
4 1
3-5
5-1
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 5:40
Outclassed here
Much the best
Returns from layoff
Not against these
Distance to liking
Reportedly improved
4 1
12
10 1
10-1
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4 1
Purse $400.00 Pool Closet
Better horses here 5.1
Bad legs hamper 4.1
-Should beat these EVEN
Good recent races EVEN
Depends on start 10-1
Not good enough 10 1

Harris Gafe Teach es
To Talk Patterson,

By HARRY GRAYSON
LOS ANGELES (NEA)-By now,
even Cus D'Amato must sense that
a war of words with the Interna International
tional International Boxing Club is not going to
make Floyd Patterson a popular
heavyweight champion.
That's what his best friends
have been telling the crusading
manager lor months. Pete Rade Rade-macher
macher Rade-macher pulled D'Amato out of one
blind alley when he had no place
to go with the best piece of merch merchandise.
andise. merchandise. And now we have the unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented situation of the champion
guaranteeing the challenger, Roy
Harris, in order to obtain employ employment
ment employment at Wrigley Field in Los An
geles on Aug. 18. And the show
will' have to catch on late, as the
box office men say, to attract any anything
thing anything much in the way of a live
audience and do sizable business
at closed circuit theaters through throughout
out throughout the country.
D'Amato's master plan of beat beating
ing beating the beak busting trust has got
him precisely nowhere because he
went about the fight the wrong
way. What D'Amato should have
done was take the bulk of the
money and had Patterson, if the
former Olympic champion can
fight as good as a lot of people
seem to believe he can. knock out
ali of the IBC contenders.
While mighty lew, if any, give

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Harris a Chinaman's chance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Patterson, the fact remains
that the title will be right back
in the hands of Octopus, Inc.,
should the Cut 'N' Shoot clouter
stumble to a decision.
The Harris outing could be the
start of a quick move in the right
direction for Patterson, however,
provided D'Amato stops blasting
Truman Gibson long enough to
properly match his tiger.
A good job on Harris would at
least tempt the imagination of
how good Patterson could become.
Harris is not an old man like Arch Archie
ie Archie Moore, a freak like Hurricane
Tommy Jackson or a rank ama amateur
teur amateur like Rademacher. While on
the awkward side, be is an ortho orthodox
dox orthodox and unbeaten professional.
Over Harris, D'Amato has only to
match Patterson, say with Zora
Folley in the fall. Then he should
come right back in June and Sep September
tember September with the two foremost as aspirants
pirants aspirants and as of now one of
now one of these would be Sonny
Liston.
If and when it Is demonstrated
that Liston can take a punch, Pat Patterson
terson Patterson will not have to look any
farther for work that would pay
well.
Ernie Braca, who manages To Tony
ny Tony Anthony, perhaps puts the
i strongest stamp approval on Lis-
ton, a burly belter out of St. Louis
via Philadelphia. Braca has more
than a passing chance of getting
PASTf
- 1 aUJ

N ROY HABBI.
floyd will at
l-EAST HAVE A
YOUNSr, Ot&HOOOX,
PGOfE-SStONAL TO
BHIMd our HIS
EX7NJV ABILITY

It If
D'Amato
Not IBC
Anthony into the same enclosure
wfth Patterson.
"Liston?" rasps Braca. "In
order to make himself a name he
should fight Harold Johnson." The
latter, of course, is the celebralcd
Quaker Town orange chewer, rat rated
ed rated one-two by the fight mob as the
most dangerous fighter alive.
All of this would seem to dismiss
Harris' chance nf rhaneed all
this by beating Patterson. But as
outlined here before, you must
never forget that a heavyweight
challenger at least has the chance
that puts him in (he ring.
Harms uppercutting, scrambling
and jabbing his way to a decision
would be a big blow to boxing opi
nions. In most books, he is a war
rior with too many flaws to lick
anybody with Patterson's po
tential. He gets little or no lever
age behind punches. He rarely
throws more than one punch at a
time, has little idea of combina
tions. He rarely goes to the body,
where punches hurt even worse in
id rounds. But he is strong, can
move and scramble and those
kind have stirred up trouble be
fore.
If Roy Harris springs an upset
then the great war against James
D. Norris and Company will be at
an end.
Lou Viscusi, the cigar chewing
man who handles the challenger,
has only one crusade in his sytem
making money.
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1 Jackbit Oro Pu-ito
2 The Squire Jai Alii l
3 Chi o bnganoso
4 OkiUnd Tanganica
5 Kalalu Linda Susy
9 Parasol Melendez
7 Golden Rocket Playboy
8 Carmelite Daniel
o ieabu EI'o
10 Luciano Don Lucho
11 Vengenzi Blue Zulu

Player Of The Day
George Witt, a 24year old rookie
right-hander, is pitching like a vet
eran star as the Pit sbui gn Pirates
continue their pluky battle to win
the National League pennanl race.
! Witt turned in his 6th victory
i four in a row Tuesday night when
he beat the Milwaukee Braves
"'0. A native of Long Beach, Ca Calif.,
lif., Calif., who resides in Laguna, Calif,
lias a 1.58 earned run aver
age.
nf'nHer wn with Holly
wood last season and compiled an
- and 2.24 earned run
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fourth in a row tomorrow in the featured $1,000
seven furlong sprint for first and second series im imported
ported imported thoroughbreds at the President Uemon race-

The four-year old Arnestine Arnestine-bred
bred Arnestine-bred son of Sa'rap Sunshade
seems easily the best under the
conditi3ns of this race ilthough
he will be giving from six to cle
ven pounds to the oppo iiiun He
will also have the benefit of the
handling of leading jockey Braulio
Baeza.
Melendez, second to Hostigador
last week, seems the most danger
ous con'ender. Kadir and Camil Camilla
la Camilla are longshot possibili'ies but
the o'.hers appear to be outclass,
cd. Lobo, although an impressive
winner over Kadir Mossadeq and
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mechanical condition, good tires.
Call Ft. Davis 260 or Colon
1 177.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 51, two
door, radio, $395.00. Call 1859
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1 953 Dodge 4-door
sedan. Good condition, $600.00.
Phone Balboa 2-1552 House
House 0432-B Ancon.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Ranch
wagon, 5276 Morrison street
Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plaia, 2 tone, 4 door sedan,
radio, w7i, duty paid, good con condition.
dition. condition. Tel. Panama 3-1217,
AUTOS IISINMAN OFFERS
FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet 4-DR Sedan, 6
eyl. stand, trans, tutone. Very
gcod car.
1956 Mercury-Montclair Hard Hardtop
top Hardtop tutone, leather upholstery,
radio, WW tires. Beautiful car.
1957 Buick-Rivicra Hardtop, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, WW tires, itand. trans.
Perfect condition.
1955 Chevrolet Station Wagon
4-DR tutone, radio, stand, trans.
1955 Chtvrolct-tuton, radio,
cyl. stand', trans. Perfect mecha mechanical
nical mechanical cond.
1953 Ford-Convertible, leather
upholstery New W W tires, radio.
1956 Cadillac Hardtop, radio,
WW tires, Power steering fir
brakes, Excellent mechanical con condition.
dition. condition. Like New,
1956 Chevrolet-Sta. Wagon 9
pass. 4DR radio, tutone. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition.
1956 Chevrolet BelAir 4DR
beautiful tutone, radio, WW
tires, automatic trans., Excellent
condition.
All day-Nxt to Coca-Cola Co.
Tels. Panama 2-2616 2-4966
FOR SALE: 1958 Deluxe Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet sedan. 3000 miles. W.S.W.
2 tone paint, radio, like new.
0599-A Bavano St. Ancon, phone
Balboa 2-2744.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash 600,
qoooV transpo ation $200. Tel.
Balboa 2384 after 4.00 p.m.
5608 Diablo..
FOR SALE: 1949 Lincoln four
door. Cosmopolitan standard shift
Thomas Valves, good tires, new
paint, yellow back top. excellent
condition. Duty paid. $450.00.
Phon. 2 -3695, Hous No.
6379-B. Los Rios.
Record
Headquarters
TREMENDOUS NEW
ASSORTMENT
NOW Hits direct from
U.S., Cuba and Mexico.
New records arrive
"eeklv. U.S. prices less
hi 2 discounts.
Panama's one stock re record
cord record outlet.
TROPEICO. J. A.
45th
SI nnd Via
F.spana
TEL. 3-12R5

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Double bed com complete,
plete, complete, "White" sewing machine,
dress form, end tables, book bookcase,
case, bookcase, 7 large Venetian blinds,
lamps, French limognes China,
other articles. Panama,' 3-2735.
FOR SALE: Westinghous re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, draw draper with
traverse rods, Rattan couch and
chairs (10) 2-6319.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma machine
chine machine $30.00, dishes, pots, and
pans $15.00. Call phone 2-4497
house 0589 Bayano Strict Apt.
A Ancon.
FOR SALE: Norge refrigerator,
all porcelain $75.00. Child bi bicycle
cycle bicycle $15.00 and home articles.
Street Jose de Obaldla 8-44,
Apt. 4.
Fishing Prizes
To Be On Display At
Balboa Commissary
The prizes lor the Panama Rod
aiK, iatl LiUu S VI llRCllld.lulial
ludiiin iiu .LtnLi.vi louruaiueni
win De uu dispiay in lilt uaiuoa
coiniinsbary wuiuow tor t lew
uctjs uey uuiin,; uu I'hiusuay, m
pail oi uie i aiiama caaai Com Company's'
pany's' Company's' cooper a mm in Wis com com-uiumty
uiumty com-uiumty event.
r urns wao have enerously con con-trioikeu
trioikeu con-trioikeu prizes are me t uerza y
I-iUl, rvewoou, I'.sso, Carta Vieja,
vycaufciiouse, tioiei iNacionai ue
Daviu, luija Amines, Caie Du Du-ian,
ian, Du-ian, i anamerican Airways, Cueu Cueu-ias
ias Cueu-ias Comerciaies, insurance Service
Loiporauou, iviagnavox TV, im im-pious
pious im-pious iviaiiinz, voioiuai Insurance,
ivioua s, Abernainy, Jotinsoa mu.
lors, diagram s V.U., ivouan, iuer iuer-curio,
curio, iuer-curio, toipan Motors, i'asuica, i
caza and Co., Coca Cola, Aneli.
m's, Hotel international, Armoc.
'Ine annual tournament winch
began on July 15 will end next
Wednesday Aug. 20.
I Everyone seems to be holding
mn nu n usa entry cams unu lae
last minute. The tournament chair chairman,
man, chairman, Sam Moody, urges everyone
tjsmng on this last lap of the tour
nament, not be shy about handing
in entry cards, even if the catch
does n6t seem to be big. No fish
is a winner until it is judged ao.
Rejoicing Sparse
As Pakistan Fetes
11th Anniversary
KARACHI (UPI) Pakistan
celebrated its 11th ansiversary
yesterday among the 80 million
people whose homes span central
Asia from the historic Khyber
Pass to the Chit tagong Hills
near Burma.
The world's second largest Mos Moslem
lem Moslem nation was beset by a worse worsening
ning worsening foreign pxhrnaoa nnetinn n
unstablt political climate and in
adequate food resources.
Some said these were the in inevitable
evitable inevitable growing pains of an un underdeveloped
derdeveloped underdeveloped country hustling
hard to become industrialized.
Others were afraid the problems
were of a more long term nature.
In 1947, the British pulled out
of the Indian sub-continent leav leaving
ing leaving behind India and Pakistan, two
pachwork countries based on re
ligion, not geography. Pakistan
emerged as a two-part country
divided by 1,000 miles of India
and bound together only by the
Moslem religion.
Partition broke up families, cut
across rich agricultural areas, de
prived some sections of water
from traditional river "ources
and opened up the festering sore
of Kashmir.
Millions of refugees fled both
countries.
Eleven years later Pakistan
still was in business, and trat
in itself was a major achievement.
Starting almost from scratch,
Fakislan developed a workable
civil service, a first.class basking
system and an offasionally frus frustrating
trating frustrating but generally dependable
communications network.
In politics, Pakistan has earned
better marks aboard than at home
It has "established itself as one
of the firmest pr-western nations
in Asia and to a large extend has
been credited with holding together
the Baghdad Pact following the
Anglo French Israeli attack on
Suez in 1956.
Internally, Pakistan has gone
through seven prime ministers in
11 years without holding a single
national election. Since the death
of Mohammad Ali Jinnah in 1948
and the assassination of Premier
Uaquat Ali Khan in 1951, no dom dominant
inant dominant political leader or party has
emerged.
PLAN OIL PIPELINE
PARIS (UPI) French engi engineers
neers engineers shortly will begin construe construe-lion
lion construe-lion of a 500-mile pipeline o
transport oil from the Sahara Dei
erl in Algeria to (he Tunisian
coast, it was reported today.

Miscellaneous i

FOR SALE: Roliflex camera,
Kodax Reflex camera w case,
Kodak Brownie camera, camera
tripod, camera tripod (small),
camera carrying bag, act lenses
for Roliflex, camera cast, box
accesorie for camera, lenses for
camera, light meter (camera),
Roliflex camera case, camera car carrying
rying carrying bag, developing tank I port portable)
able) portable) airequipt junior, photo
printer, pair binoculars, photo
coloring sat, slide projector, mag magnifying
nifying magnifying glass, Sander-polisher
(drill type), fishing rods, fishing
reel, crossman "22" air pistol
electric clock, universal portable
typewriter, Sunbeam toaster,
flash light, box tools, combina combination
tion combination radio and record player,
studio couch, dresser, refrigerator
60 cycle, brcakfront desk.
All items will be displayed at th
homing manager's building, Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Canal Zone, on Saturday
morning, August 16, 1958 from
nine (9:00) a.m. until noon.
Written bids on th above, all
property of th estat of Alfred
L. Castin, deceased, will b ac accepted
cepted accepted through August 21, 1958.
Th right is reserved to reject
any and all bids. W. J. Sheridan,
Jr., P.O. Box No. 98, Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone,
FOR SALE: Brevitypc machine
and full course from Brcvityp
Institute, California. Excellent
condition. Call Cristobal 3-2948,
$150.00.
FOR SALE: Tennis Rackets
Rcitrung. Top Grace English Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Balls. ABERNATHY S. A.
FOR SALE: Display Case Refri Refrigerator,
gerator, Refrigerator, almost new, 6 cubic ft,
60 cy Deep Freexe cabinet, 6
holes, 60 cy, almost new Meat
Slicer, electric, 60 cy Scale,
weighing, Computer, Counter
type. Cash Register, National,
electrically operated, model
2642, 60 cy Fan, Suction, large,
exhaust, wclctric motor, 60 cy
Th above items ant in A-l con condition
dition condition and art for sal by Th
CONSUMERS COOP, situated at
No. 1062 (next to Haiti School)
Rio Abajo.
FOR SALE: Two used "Michel "Michel-lin"
lin" "Michel-lin" tiret, lets than 500 miles.
' Site 550-590x15, ply. Call
Coeeli 4618.
FOR $ALI: Two Pipr $upr $upr-custom
custom $upr-custom Tripacors. 135 h.p., just
overhauled in USA, includes
$1250 Sunair long-range radio
installations. Original cost now
over ten thousand each, now
$4500 a piece. Telephone Taitt,
Paitilla Airport, Panama 3-1337.
FOR SALE: Typewriters Rm Rm-mington
mington Rm-mington $30, Underwood $8.
Balboa 2-3661.
FOR SALE: Aquarium 3 ten
gallon cheap. Balboa 3661.
FOR SALE: Bike 28" Torpedo,
new Xmas $30, 2 old at $5.
Balboa 3661.
FOR SALE: Argus C-3. Flash.
Case, Ilk new. $40. Balboa
3661.
Ship 17 Sa Scouts, Dates
To Transit Canal Tomorrow
Fourteen Sea Exdorer Scouts
from Ship 17, Canal Zone Council.
Dai, C,A,,t- ,.f A 1 I I.

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dates will transit the Canal to- i ?wn ..
morrow aboard their own unit eca lo,st Wterdmy and wan wan-motor
motor wan-motor launch as a comhined sieliS dered or. flve hours before be"iR

seeing and training trip.
This will be the first time the
45. foot launch, manned by Ship
17 explorers under command of
their Skipper, John Reade, will
have made the 50-mile canal
transit.
Ship 17 is sponsored jointly
OUT OUR WAY
7 ALL RI6HT I'LL LFKID
VOL! THE MOMEV.' WE'LL
MAKC IT ATVJD MONTH
LDAM,ATfc INTEREST TO
BE PAID RACK IW W6EKLV
PAYMENTS, WITH A PEN
ALTY CHARGE IF YOU
LATC .' HERE, SI6N
THIS A6REEMEWT.

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Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: Outboard motor,
Evin.-ude, 15 h.p. with cruise a
day tank, excellent condition.
908-A Rousseau, C. Z.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: A very good farm
in Potrcrillot, Province of Chiri Chiri-qui,
qui, Chiri-qui, at 2,800 feet above tea level,
21 miles of highway from David:
90 hectareas (225 acres) of pas pasture
ture pasture in first class condition; 28
hectareas (70 acres) of sugar
cane: sugar mill and complete
equipment to make three thou thousand
sand thousand (18 ounces each) cakes
of PANELA (Brown Sugar) daily.
Fairbanks 15 h.p. electric motor,
low speed: all used only tix
months. One and. one half mile
water ditch; and also, two thou thousand
sand thousand ft of galvanised water
pip line. Nic home, will fur furnished,
nished, furnished, with electric ttovt and
also wood range, water heater;
quarters for laborers; twelve
oxen; four ox-carts; three horses;
electric light and power from Em
presas Electrical de Chiriqui; two
miles private telephone line to
town of POTRERILLOS, connect connecting
ing connecting with all cities in the country.
For further information and price,
phone Balboa 2-2104, Balboa
2-4128, Balboa 2-2461.
FOR SALE: Lot, 1500 square
meters, opposite Rio Abajo
Ccuhch. Stanxiola Pown Shop,
phone 2-1 155.
FOR SALE: Only a fw lots
remain, 350 square meters and
400 squares meters, $300 a me meter
ter meter near Rio Abajo Church. Stan
xiola Pown Shop, phone 2-1155.
OUTSTANDING INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY: Wanted. Four
Local Investors, each with
$25,000 for Immediate invest investment
ment investment with experienced North North-American
American North-American and Latin-Ameriaon
Executive-investors, for purpose
of securing major control and
direction of operating Two Mil Million
lion Million Dollar value Central Amer American
ican American Ranch-Farm-Tourist Resort
Development, before Underwrit Underwriting
ing Underwriting Financing and Public Offer Offering
ing Offering of stock is made by USA Fi Financial
nancial Financial Group. Estimated1 return
should be, within ten years, ap approximately
proximately approximately one milion dollar
for ch $25,000 Invested, or
original investment would be re returned.
turned. returned. Profits would be exemp
from Panamanian or USA income
taxes under their present laws
and only lightly taxed in other
ccuntry. If you cannot easily
spare $25,000 or mora to gamble
immediately in hopes of approxi approximately
mately approximately Forty Dollars Profit for
each one invested, Don't wast
your and our time by writing.
Oustanding businessmen experts
preferred. Give in First Letter:
Name,; Phone number; Mail ad address;
dress; address; business connections; and
Banking References, for Personal
Interview arrangements. Ad Address
dress Address Apartado 3242, Panama,
R. P.
Fort Clayton and the Balboa
Yacht Club and has as advisor
Col. John C. Nickerson, Jr., U.S.
Army Caribbean Ordance Officpi
Fred Sill, long time resident of
tne Lanal Zone, will present a
4-11. l-
mi on me nisiory ot tne canal
during the trip, which will beti i
at 6:45 a.m. from the Baldon
Yacht Club.
Reade's wie will be chaperone
for the day-long outing.
LOST IN SEWER
GIARRE, Sicily (UPI)-Giovan-ni
Privatera, 76, a farmer who
walks in the sewers to avoid fae
rescued by police. They said he
was nearly asphyxiated. Priva Privatera,
tera, Privatera, who had wandered about
two miles underground looking for
a way out, said he always used
the sewers because he was fright frightened
ened frightened of the 100 automobiles in the
bytown.
BY J. R. WILLIAMS
NO-THINKIN' ABOUT (T WON'T
MAKE ANY difference;
SOME OF US AREN'T HAPPV J
MONEY WE DON'T HAVE,
L IKE OU. AND THE REST
AREN'T HAPPV UNLES
THEY HAVE MONEY THBV
AIN'T SPENDIN'. LIKE HIM"
60 AHEAP AND BORROW )-
IT AN YOU'LL BOTH DC
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A LITTLE.') THEY HAVE MOMEV THBV

WANTED : Secretary with good
knowledge of English. Inquire in
person at Upjohn Overseas Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Colon Free Zone. Only
experienced person need apply.
WANTED: Credit manager bi bilingual
lingual bilingual with experience, excel excellent
lent excellent oportunities for right party.
Writ details, tend protograph to
Box 5044 Panama R. of Panama.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Interested
in purchasing 1958 Opel Rekord
with approximately three to four
months usage. Willing to pay
your original cost price. Call
Expreso Internacional 2-2643 or
2-0055. After 7 p.m. call 3 3-C321
C321 3-C321 Panama.
WANTED: Con vertor 25 to 60
cycles, good condition. Navy
3175.
WANTED: Position for good
Spanish speaking maid. Hard
worker. Call Balboa 2-1683.
CHUCKLE HEAD
JUST CAN'T STAND IT
IDABEL, Okla. (UPI) Willie
Hunter, 42, who was recaptured
Wednesday after escaping from
the McCurtain County Jail, told
Sheriff Bob Murphy he had a
good reason for fleeing.
"You can't imagine how un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant it was in there," he said.
"It was too darn hot."
FOR YOUNG LOVERS
CHICAGO (UPI) Young lovers
could do worse than study the lat latest
est latest exhibit in the motorama sec section
tion section at the Chicago Museum of
Science and Industry.
Tho exhibit's purpose i to help
motorists improve their driving in
emergencies. But the part that
should interest young romantics is
entitled: "Rules about parking a
ear on rural roads."
CAN DO WITHOUT ONE
BOSTON (UPI)- Conductor Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Fiedler proved equal to the
occasion when a shower delayed
the esplanada concert by the Bos.
ton Pops Orchestra last night,
night.
He eliminated "Prelude to the
Deluge" from the program.
Rather Have Jail
Than Untidy Home
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI)-Don-ald
F. Golden, 33, of Utica, N.Y.,
today chose a one year
penitentiary sentence and a $500
fine in preference to returning to
his wife, who he claimed was "an
untidy" housekeeper.
The wife, Betty, charged Gold,
en left her and their five children
last November and wpnfc tn liv
with his parents in Utica.
uty Judge Michael E. Zimmer
offered to suspend sentence "if
you return to your wi e."
"No sir," replied Golden. "I
would rather take the jail sen sentence."
tence." sentence." LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
,, Canal Zone
Vnllcrl State District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Devello Emory Wllrjay. Plaintiff, vs.
Stella Mary Wilday. Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4717 Civil Docket 21
Action for divorce.
To the abovenamed defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of pu&lcation.
In case of your failure to ao appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie Y.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the" Canal Zone,
thla August 5, 1958.
Stra de la Pefia
Clerk
I Seal )
Bys'Lols E. Harrison
T ,. Chi' Deputy Clerk
Jo Stella Mary Wilday:
The fdrciMino
: ouinniuiin m served ud-
on you by publication punruant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe .Turin. IT.u.j "lL.c
4 ff" i;"""1 urates District
7on. H ,rth.' Dl,tr,ct ot the Canal
.rt .nrf ViT j "VJ: 1858' ,nd nter.
He. 2? Ih edr-,'n JhU' "C,ion the of of-n,
n, of-n, ? Clerk of ald Unit") States
District Court for the Division of BaT
boa, on August 4. 1958.
Sara d la PeA
Clerk
By s Loli E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
AIR CONDITIONERS
-CI BSON-
menu. 5 years guaranty
TROPELCO, S.A.
5th St md via Espafia
TEL. 3-1185
tv ') ') J'trirr'iT'ttiBiitrr rt

SERVICES

3 -minute car wash $1. sttom
cleanine of motet $5 waxing of
ears S6. Autn-Bjnn T...
mian Highway neai Sean.
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get service the -tame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Protect your home and proper
ty against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 oi Colon 1777.
T.V., radio. Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call William b Shirley,
r ,ione Panama 2-5 1 1 3.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 pius parts (local calls
only). No charge lor calls if not
repaired in your home. Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television, Inc. 9:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.
m. Saturdays.
LOST: Fountain pen, mark
Morrison, gold color, sentimental
value. Reward. Lost betwen
Gamboa-Panama, July 3rd, Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Box 285 Speer,
HI-FIDELITY
Bogen, University, Webcor
Tanney, Wharf edale, Thor Thor-ens,
ens, Thor-ens, Top U.S., European and
Japanese lines. Design En Engineering
gineering Engineering and custom build building
ing building facilities. Easy payment
plan.
TROPELCO, J. A.
45th St. and Via Espana
Tel. 3-1285
APPLIANCE
BARGAINS
I
"AMANA" Buit-In Freezer
6.6 cubic foot Can be
placed with or around
v o u r kitchen cabinets
or in any suitable ins installation
tallation installation coppertone
finish New introductory
offer.
Rezular $595.00
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I
Used "LEONARD" Electric
Range Apartment sice
four burners very
little use perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Originally $225.00
NOW . $90.00
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing: machine ideal for
d i a p era, handkerchiefs,
children's clothing, etc.;
never used but shopworn.
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Originally $65.00
NOW . $25.00
"HOOVER" washing ma machine
chine machine verv little use
perfect condition.
Originally $174.00
NOW . $140.00
"HOOVER" Washing ma machine
chine machine used in perfect
condition Automatic
electric wringer washes
In four minutes.
Originally $174.00
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I'LAtl' fan 24" three speeds
(fan & air extractor) ne ne-Ter
Ter ne-Ter used but shopworn.
I Originally $94.00
NOW . $69.00
I "ESKIMO" fan 16" used
! perfect condition.
I Originally $68.00
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SP. 6 HAROLD R. LYNCH shows his mother, Mrs. Elda Lynch,
the Award For Merit, second highest decoration of the Nicst Nicst-ftgnatn
ftgnatn Nicst-ftgnatn government, bestowed on him by President Luis Somoza
when he departed Managua this week. Lynch delivered iron
lungs and other medical equipment to the General Hospital in
Managua after a call for help had been made to U. S. Army
Caribbean medical authorities following an outbreak of polio in
Nicaragua U. S. Army Photoj
Nicaraguan Polio Epidemic Halted
With Aid Of CZ Army Specialist

The call for help came from Ni Nicaragua.
caragua. Nicaragua. Fifty cases of polio had
been reported in a month and the
situation was grim. Could the U.S.
Army in the Canal Zone help?
The answer was switt and po positive
sitive positive and the helo went out. al-
ost immediatelh in the person of:
m
Sp6 Harold R- Lynch, a polio ex expert
pert expert with the Fort Clayton Dispen
sary.
Two iron lungs, two chvstpirat.
ors, four plastic respirators and
the'knowhow of U.S. Army medic medical
al medical experts all this and the anxi anxious
ous anxious concern of everyone at the
dispensary werit with Lynch when
he left for Managua, capital city
Of Nicaragua.
The situation when h arrived
was grv. Ten imall children
already wera hospitalized in Ma Managua'
nagua' Managua' General Hospital in cri critical
tical critical condition.
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plane when it touched down was
Lt. Col. Harry F. Parker, milita military
ry military attache to Nicaragua, U.S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Thomas Whelan, and of officials
ficials officials of the hospital.

An Army truck was waiting to
transport the equipment to the
hospital where it was eagerly re
ceived and put into action imme immediately.
diately. immediately. By nightfall, lives already
had been saved.
Medical personnel at the Gener General
al General Hospital in Managua had to be
instructed in the use of the iron
lung. This instruction came from
Lynch.
As he left Managua Monday, he
had the satisfaction of knowing
that the polio epidemic had been
checkmated.
He also had the satisfaction of
knowing that the entire nation
of Nicaragua was grateful to
him for the work he had done.
This was evidenced when Ni Nicaraguan
caraguan Nicaraguan President Luis Somoza
presented the nation's second
highest award, the Award for
Merit, to Lynch just as the med medical
ical medical corpsman was leaving for
return to Panama.
Lynch come by his medical
leanings naturally, because his
father was an Army doctor until
he died in 1949.
He attended the surgical tech technicians
nicians technicians school at Walter Reed Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in Washington, D.C., where
he was stationed before coming to
Panama.
Lynch could certainly sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with tde patients in Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua because he. himself wears the
Purple Heart Medal, the Bronze
Star Medal (Valor) with two clust clusters
ers clusters and other decorations that
tell of his World War II experi experiences
ences experiences as a medical corpsman.
He is considered by medical
officers at the Port Clayton Dis.
pensary as a "polio expert" be because
cause because of his experience and
great interest In that direction.
Lynch has been in Panama since
1953. He and his mother, Mrs. El Elda
da Elda Lynch, who resides with him
at Fort Clayton, come from Pas Pas-coag,
coag, Pas-coag, R.I., but there are no rela relatives
tives relatives there now, so Panama is
their home at least for the pre present.
sent. present. Lynch says he stands ready to
help any of the Central and South
American nations if the call should
come in.
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eign Foreign Minister Aiichiro Fujiyama
left here by plane today to
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Assembly emergency session. Fu Fujiyama
jiyama Fujiyama was expected to arrive in
New York via Seattle, Wash., at
10:40 a.m. tomorrow.
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Ancon Transited Southwest Passage
44 Years Before Nautilus Norfhwested
The spectacular opening last week of a new North west passage under the polar ice the feat of the atomic atomic-powered
powered atomic-powered submarine USS Nautilus followed by 44 years to th month and no less spectacular for those days
opening of a tropical Southwest passage.
This week the thoughts of the world were centered on the epic-making voyage of the great submarine. August
15, 1914, the world was watching with the sama amount of interest as the Panama Canal opened its mighty
gates to world commerce.
It was 44 years ago today that the 9600-ton Ancon pulled away from her berth at the Cristobal docks to
make the first official transit of the Panama Canal.

On that momentous day,

which climaxed ten years orPanama Canal of the year 2002

back-breaking toil and engi
neering achievement, the An Ancon
con Ancon had the brand-new South Southwest
west Southwest passage to herself.
On the 44th anniversary of
that first official transit, the
Panama Canal's marine con controllers
trollers controllers expect that 13 north northbound
bound northbound and 17 southbound
ships will be plyinj the calm
water of the 50-mile long wa waterway
terway waterway today.
When the Ancon began her
historic transit 44 years ago, it
is probable that none of those
who crowded her decks could
imagine that by August 15, 1958,
207.863 ocean-going commercial
ships would have been custom
ers of the Big Ditcn.
Nor possibly, could those a-
board the Ancon for that first
transit foresee the changes,
physical and otherwise, which
would be visible to those who
would make the Canal transit
44 years later.
Aug 14, 1914, the Cristobal
piers were just beginning to
'take shape. Today
these con
crete fingers are constantly
flanked with ships, busily goad goading
ing goading or discharging cargo.
The Gatun Locks looked then
much as they do today, and the
towmg locomotives on the walls
that day were those that, near near-ing
ing near-ing the end of their useful life,
are still performing their ne necessary
cessary necessary service.
The Gatun of 1914 was a busy
town of frame houses and com community
munity community buildings. The low, pastel-colored
concrete houses of
today were many years in the
future.
In Gatun Lake, some of the
trees which were limb deep in
the water of the new lake were
still making valiant efforts to
keep their leaves. Others had
given up and were stretching
ghostly bare branches skyward.
At Gamboa, midway of the
Canal, the passengers oq the
Ancon saw a railroad bridge
crossing the Chagres. There
was no town, no busy dredges,
no great crane towering in
the air.
As the Ancon slid into the
narrow confines of the Cut 44
years ago it was still Cule Cule-bre
bre Cule-bre Cut then the residents of
Empire and Culebra lined the
hillsides to see it pass.
The great cliffs of Gold and
Contractors Hill rose high on
either side, as the Ancon slid
between them.
Todav there is no Empire, no
Culebra. Gold Hill is, still there
but the more unstable Con Contractors
tractors Contractors Hill has felt the hand
of engineering discipline.
At Paraiso, 44 years ago,
dredges were waiting, just in
case.
A ferry bustled back and
forth acros sthe north end of
Pedro Miguel Locks, carrying
passengers from one side of the
Canal to the other.
Today's Para'so is an attrac attractive
tive attractive cluster of dwellings, me of
the largest towns in the Canal
Zone. The Pedro Miguel ferry
has long since disappeared.
At Miraflores locks, when the
Ancon went thr o u g h, grass
was beginning to struggle up
through the raw earth; the fil filtration
tration filtration plant which stands on
the hillside today existed then
only as drawings on the engi engineer's
neer's engineer's planning board.
No swing span bridge open opened
ed opened at the Ancon's approach
44 years ago as the gaily
decked ship slid out of Mira Miraflores
flores Miraflores Locks. There was no
Fort Clayton, Cocoli or Diablo
Heights on either bank.
From the decks of the Ancon,
the first passengers through the
Canal could see the newly-completed
Administration Building,
not yet occupied, standing big
and bare at Balboa Heights.
The terraces in front of it were
raw red mud, shining in the
afternoon sun.
La Boca was in the construc construction
tion construction stage and the fill where
Fort Amador now stands was a
stretc hof flatness. "Beyond the
causeway which linked the
mainland with the Fortified Is Islands,
lands, Islands, the Ancon turned to
head back to Balboa harbor.
Times have changed, ships
have changed and the Canal
Zone has changed in the past
44 vears. The Panama Canal it itself
self itself is little changed from the
day the Ancon made that first
transit and lt is still putting
ships through, as it was built
to do
Kut like ships, like towns,
like housing, the Canal needs
major modification. Some mi minor
nor minor modifications have al already
ready already been made and others
will be done soon to enable
this great waterway to handle
the erer-increaiing number
of ships which are ever in increasing
creasing increasing in line. Major
changes of come Hrt will
probably be necessary.

I It Is quite likely that the

win be considerably different
from the Panama Canal of 1914

CZ Policemen Who Spickee Espanish' To Wear
Special Tabs Marked Esparto.' On Uniforms

"Habla Ud. Espanol?"
ine l anai .one ronce want tO
be of assistance to those Who da
that is, those who speak only
Spanish and who may need po
uce guidance wnne tney are in
the Canal Zone.
When one of the Canal Zone's
finest is confronted with question
which may range from "Why did
you give my this t i c k e t?" to
"Where do I go to find the house
of my second cousin who lives
on the south side of Balboa ?,Y
he should able to answer in an
understanding brand of Spanish,
so believes Maj. B. A. Darden,
Chief of the Canal Zone Police.
Already there are a number of
men on the force who speak Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, ranging Irom adequate to ex.
cellent. Beginning next wetk,
these policemen will wear on their
uniform shirts a small tab bear bearing
ing bearing the word "Espanol." the let letters
ters letters will be printed in gold lelters
on a black background and the
tab will be worn on the left pock,
et flap of the policeman's shirt.
To earn this badge, members
of the Canal Zone police will have
to pass an- achievement test giv given
en given them by qualified police offi officers.
cers. officers. While the tests will be rig rigid
id rigid enough to determine the candi.
date's ability to speak adequate
Spanish in an understandable
manner, they will not require thai
he be fluent as a person whose
native tongue is Spanish.
If a policeman happens to
tay, for instance, "Donde yout yout-td
td yout-td trabahar," instead of the
correct "Dondo trabaja Ud.?",
he will not be flunked out in
disgrace. He will however, be
advised to take a few more les
sons in grammar and pronoun,
ciation. But, if he can under understand
stand understand the answer to this and
other questions, he will be well
be well on his way to earning
the "Espanol" tab.
The program started this week
when Darden himself passed the
test with flying colors and later
was presented his tab by Gov. W.
E. Potter.
He took the Spanish conversa conversation
tion conversation aptitude examination from
Walter Oliver, supervisor of Span Spanish
ish Spanish in the Division of Schools and
onejtime head of the Pan Amer American
ican American Institute in Panama.
Qualifying tests will be given
to other members of the police
force by Lt. Harvey Rhyne. oi
Balboa and Lt. R. J. Helme Helme-richs,
richs, Helme-richs, of the Cristobal District,
both of whom speak fluent Span,
ish.
Approximately 50 of
members of the Police
the 185
Divij.on
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weor nowodoys thot doesn't cost a
lot of money tao smile.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hoars ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 87 85
Low 73 76
HUMIDITY:
High 100 90
Low 67 79
WIND:
(max. mph) SE-12 W-1J
RAIN (Inches 79 .08
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 84

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BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, AUG. 10
High Low
4:15 a.m. 10:34 p.m.
4:33 p.m 10:55 pm.

i and 1958.

But the feat of its construe
tion and
Itransit of
the epic making
the Ancon were as I
speak Spanish well enough at ores
ent qualify for one of the 'Espa
nol tabs. Some of them have
spoken the language since child childhood
hood childhood and others, like the chiet
have learned it in classes attend,
ed during their off-duty hour?.
Other members of the force on
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GOV. W. E. POTTER pins an "Espanol" tab on Maj. B. A Dar Darden,
den, Darden, Chief of the Canal Zone Police, to show that the Chief is
proficient in the Spanish language. In his hand, Darden has a
Police Division certificate for proficiency in Spansh which he
earned by passing the Spanish test. The tab will soon be worn
by all Canal Zone policemen who pass Spanish conversation
tests.

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important In their day as the
amazing 96-hour trip of the
submarine Nautilus under the

North Pole.
both sides of the Isthmus are be
ing urged to attend classes which
will be set up at convenient
hours as soon as possible. The
lessons will include vocabularv
and grammar by emphasis will
be on simple conversation and un
derstanding.

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not fnv h.fanaHary',mSlllaee,r of he Fwt claton Exchange,
not only because that day marked the 63rd anniversary of the
Car.bbean Army and Air Force Exchange Service, but also be?
cause he celebrated 25 years with the exchange service on the
ifsARrARiR Gen- C,h8r!fS L- Dasher- commanding' gene al!
USARCARIB, was on hand at ceremonies held at exchane.
headquarters at Fort Clayton and presented Navarro a Resident
of Panama City, a gold watch on nehalf of Maj Alvin E Weber
central exchange officer. Navarro, 25 years ago, started worki
mg with the central exchange in one of its lowest noslHnnY
?ZTiL?e he haS advanced u" P'oiKn fadder to
the position of manager of the Fort Clayton Exchange, recogniz recognized
ed recognized as one of the most modern and efficiently run exchanges in
the Canal Zone. (U.S. Army Photo). exenanges ia

Four Get Awards
With US Army &
Four residents of Panama who
have iiiuue tueif way inrough tne
ranks of the Caribbean Army and
Air r oice .xenange Service to ex executive
ecutive executive positions were honored re.
cently with certificates for their
long service.
txoLu.ives were: Rafael Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, Roy Edwards, Elvan Lee
and Humberto Middleton.
Manager of the Fort Clayton
Exchange, Navarro received a
gold watch from Maj. General
Charles L. Dasher, commanding
general of U.S. Army Caribbean,
or his 25 years witn the exchange.
Navarro had started working with
the exchange system a quarter
century ago in one of its lowest
positions and had advanced up the
promotion ladder. His exchange
store is recognized as one of the
most modern and efficiently run
in the Canal Zone.
Edwards, in 20 years, has ad advanced
vanced advanced from the stockroom of th
Albrook AFB Exchange in 1938 to
head of the Central Exchange Pis-
cal and Accounting Division, while
Lee, as chief of the Civilian Pay
roll Section under Edwards, has
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For Long Service
Air Force Exchange

made his way to that position I
from his start as clerk witn the
Fort Amador Exchange. Both re
ceived 20.year certificates and a a-wards
wards a-wards from Brig. Gen. Milton L.
Ogden, deputy commander of US US-ARCARIfB.
ARCARIfB. US-ARCARIfB. Their office handles
the accounts for more than jiV) ex ex-change
change ex-change employes.
The manager of the Fort Kob- J
be PX Garage Middleton was I
recognized with a ten-year award I
and certificate by Col. Donald T
Jones, deputy chief of staff, Car- (
ibbean Air Command. Middleion
begin his service as a mechanic
at the Amador PX Garage.

Lost Tickets
For Brides Dance
Won't 6e Honored
Five tickets 0050, 0051, 0052, 0053,
and 0054 from the Internatipnal
Brides Dance to be held Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at the Panama Golf
Club have been declared lost bv
jthe committee and will not ba
honored at the door.
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